Following a number of days in early March of torrential rains brought on by lingering severe weather systems hovering between Bali and Darwin, Australia - national meteorologists are forecasting that the start of the dry season in Bali may be just days ahead.
While the dry season is predicted to start in April – May – June for much of the Indonesian archipelago, weather experts say that the dry season has already started for parts of Bali and West Nusa Tenggara commencing from early March.
Based on records kept by the Indonesia Department of Meteorology and Geophysics (BMG), the dry season started in Buleleng and Jembrana in North Bali amd in parts of Eastern Sumbawa in early March. Bali's East coast and southern region, together with most of Lombok and western Sumbawa will enter into the dry season in April. While the Month of May will see the dry season extend to Central Bali and Central Lombok.
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