Drought in Bali extends from 14 to 15 districts, impact of 80 days without rain

TIME.CO, Jakarta – Said the Agency of Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics or BMKG Denpasar Drought in Bali it expanded from the previous 14 to 15 subdistricts, because it had not rained for 80 days.

“In general, Bali falls into the category of still raining to extreme drought,” said BMKG I Region III Denpasar Data and Information Coordinator Nyoman Gede Wiryajaya in Denpasar, Bali, Friday, September 22, 2023.

BMKG issues a drought early warning for the Isle of Gods valid for one week or every 10 days which will be updated based on the latest observations from BMKG.

The 15 sub-districts are Buleleng, Gerokgak, Kubucepatan, Sawan and Sukasada, Buleleng Regency. Then Melayan District, Jembrana Regency; Kintamani District, Bangli Regency; Karangasem and Kubu districts, Karangasem regency.

Then there are the districts of Kuta, North Kuta and South Kuta, Badung Regency; Nusa Penida District, Klungkung Regency; and East Denpasar and South Denpasar Districts, Denpasar City. He revealed that the sub-districts that experienced drought the longest were Kubu, Kubucepatn and Kintamani.


10 days ago, BMKG Denpasar recorded drought occurred in 14 subdistricts of Bali. Although drought in Bali is widespread, he said, the potential for rain in some places in Bali is very open, and is expected to occur until September 30, 2023.

The potential for rain is in the districts of Selemadeg, West Selemadeg and Sidemen. “The distribution of rainfall in Bali in general is between zero and 215.5 millimeters every 10 days,” she said. Previously, BMKG estimated that the peak of the dry season in Bali would occur in July-August 2023, influenced by the phenomenon The boy.

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