KNKT has recommended meteorology, climatology, and geophysics office to be set up at every port in Indonesia to provide comprehensive weather reports for seafarers and fishermen.
Class II Kupang Climatology Station warned the public of the impacts of drought after a long streak of days without rain.
The wind potential is reportedly related to the Australian monsoon.
The seven areas are asked to prepare for imminent drought.
BMKG previously predicted that the peak of dry season will occur in August.
BMKG also warned the public against doing any activities that can trigger fires.
Information about the 13 hotspots were immediately communicated to all concerning agencies.
BMKG has issued early warning of forest and land fires in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) as dry season approaches.
The cooperation is of high importance since the majority of national disasters in Indonesia are related to hydrometeorology.