The Chief of the Bali Meteorological and Geophysics Office for Denpasar, Drs. Widada Sulistya, predicts that Bali's current rainy season will be extended in duration, delaying the start of the Island's dry season for 2008.
Sulistya said that current atmospheric and sea conditions in the ocean's surrounding Bali made it likely that regular rains would continue to fall in Bali until mid-May. Traditionally, Bali's rainy season ends by mid April.
In comments to the Bali Post, Baliís chief weather forecaster also cautioned Bali residents to beware of severe weather conditions that often accompany the change of season. Such severe weather phenomenon can include sudden heavy downfalls of rain, lighting storms and local water spouts that come ashore causing significant wind damage.
Sulistya offered practical advice to Bali residents, suggesting they turn off televisions and Internet networks when heavy rains storms are passing through the area.
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