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Remove BMKG Early Warning, Alert Requested High Wave Sailing Today and Tomorrow

Remove BMKG Early Warning, Alert Requested High Wave Sailing Today and Tomorrow

Remove BMKG Early Warning, Alert Requested High Wave Sailing Today and Tomorrow

POS-KUPANG.COM | KUPANG – BMKG issued a warning for today and tomorrow that there is a Tropical Storm Podul 992 hPa in the South China Sea.

Wind patterns in the northern part of Indonesia generally from the southeast – Southwestern at speeds of 4-25 knots while in the southern region of the East – East with a speed of 4-25 knots.

Head of BMKG Stations Meteorological Station forecaster Maritime Tenau, Otta Welly Jenni Thalo, Thursday (29/08/2019), explains the highest wind speed observed in the Natuna Sea North, Karimata Strait, Java Sea, Makassar Strait southern Arafuru Sea and waters east Bitung.

These conditions resulted in an increase in wave height in the surrounding area.

1.25 to 2.5 meter high waves likely to occur in the southern part of the Sape Strait – South Timor Sea NTT, South Bodies Kupang – P Rote – Sumba Strait western part.

While the wave height of 2.5 – 3.5 meer chance terjad in southern waters P Sunba – Savu Sea and the South Indian Ocean NTT.

He said please note the high risk to the safety of cruise boat Fisherman (wind speed of more than 15 knots and wave heights above 1:25 m).

Barge (wind speeds of over 16 knots and wave heights above 1.5 m), Ferry (wind speed of more than 21 knots and wave heights above 2.5 m), Ship Sizes like Cargo Ship / Cruise (wind speed of more than 12 knots and wave heights above 4.0 m).

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“Please get to the people who live and move in coastal areas likely to occur around the high tide to remain always vigilant,” he said. (Reporting Reporter POS-KUPANG.COM, Yeni Rachmawati)

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