"According to our forecast, Indonesia will experience extreme weather one after the other, not simultaneously," the BMKG head stated here on Tuesday, February 11, 2020.
"The rainy season will peak from February to March, especially in Yogyakarta and Central Java, which may potentially experience rainfall from January to February," she added.
According to her, the dry season will occur around the April to May period, as the transition period sets in, and during this season, whirlwind is a disaster that is most likely to occur.
"The disaster threat (in the dry season) surely will be different, not a landslide or a flood but a whirlwind. We call for all parties to be cautious," she explained.
Meanwhile, Head of the Semarang Climatology Station Tuban Wiyoso stated that the extreme weather will first be experienced in Central Java apart from some other areas since monsoon winds dominantly affected the weather in Java Island.
"Monsoon winds will impact the weather during the December-February period, the peak being from January to February. The monsoon winds itself blow from Asia to the territory of Indonesia," he explained. (Antara)