The Meteorology, Climate and Geophysical Agency (BMKG) in Denpasar, Bali are forecasting that by late November 2011, 80% of the island of Bali will have entered the annual rainy season.
Quoted in the National News Agency Antara, the head of the information and data section of the BMKG, Endro Cahyono, said, “until the end of October only 50% of Bali is experiencing the rainy season.
The areas of Bali already considered to be in the rainy season are the island’s highlands, including Bedugul, Tabanan and Kintamani. Other areas of Bali by the end of October have have yet to begin the “wet” season.
The regions which will begin to receive steady rainfall by late November are Denpasar, Badung regency and the Jembrana regency.
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