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The peak of the rainy season in Banyuwangi is predicted to end in February, Residents Asked to Be Alert

BANYUWANGI, – Meteorology Climatology and Geophysics Council (BMKG) provide explanations related to extreme weather that hit Banyuwangi, East Java.

Banyuwangi BMKG forecaster Rezky P Hartiwi said, This phenomenon occurs because atmospheric conditions tend to be unstable which triggers extreme weather.

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Not only that, active tropical cyclone south of East Java, direct impact on moderate to heavy rain intensity, high wave, and strong winds.

more, Banyuwangi is still at the peak of the rainy season which has occurred since December 2022 until February 2023.

“Because the whole area in Banyuwangi is still at the peak of the rainy season. Please be aware of the potential for moderate to heavy rain accompanied by lightning and strong winds,” said Rezky, Sunday (12/2/2023).

The risk of strong winds in Banyuwangi is predicted to continue for as long 24 hours ahead.

Risk of strong winds due to the unstable atmospheric conditions, significantly influenced by the dynamics of the atmosphere on a global-regional scale.

“Then the condition of the surface temperature in the Java Sea causes the potential for additional water mass which supports the process of forming rain clouds around the area,” said Rezky.

This also triggers the potential for high waves in the southern waters of Banyuwangi which are influenced by wind speed.

“The potential for strong winds if we look at it 24 hours ahead. But later it will be updated again. We don't know where the cyclone is going, what is clear is that it has moved away from the territory of Indonesia,” the light.