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Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) recorded that the highest daily maximum temperature in Indonesian territory on October 20 2023 at 07.00 WIB to October 21 2023 at 07.00 WIB reached 37.8 degrees Celsius. This highest maximum temperature was reported by the Central Java Climatology Station.

Then, the second hottest city is Kertajati, Majalengka, West Java. The recorded temperature in this area reached 37.6 degrees Celsius.

Furthermore, the third position of the hottest city in Indonesia is occupied by the South Tangerang region with a maximum temperature of 37.5 degrees Celsius. This figure is based on records from the Center for Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Region II in South Tangerang.

Meanwhile, BMKG explained a number of factors causing hot temperatures in Indonesia. One of them is the effect of the El Nino climate phenomenon which causes the dry season to be more extreme hot and prolonged than the normal dry season.

The anomalous warming of sea temperatures caused by El Nino causes an increase in the lack of cloud formation, resulting in a significant decrease in rainfall in areas south of the equator.

The following is a list of the hottest cities in Indonesia according to monitoring by the BMKG station on 20-21 October 2023, quoted from the official BMKG Instagram account:

1. Central Java Climatology Station – 37.8 degrees Celsius

2. Kertajati Meteorological Station – 37.6 degrees Celsius

3. Center for Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Region II – 37.5 degrees Celsius

4. Ahmad Yani Meteorological Station – 37.0 degrees Celsius

5. Radin Inten lI Meteorological Station – 37.2 degrees Celsius

6. Tanjung Emas Maritime Meteorological Station – 36.7 degrees Celsius

7. Perak I Meteorological Station – 36.67 degrees Celsius

8. Budiarto Meteorological Station – 36.3 degrees Celsius

9. West Nusa Tenggara Climatology Station – 36.2 degrees Celsius

10. Sultan Muhammad Kaharuddin Meteorological Station – 36.2 degrees Celsius

11. Tanjung Perak Maritime Meteorological Station – 36.0 degrees Celsius

12. Banten Climatology Station – 35.8 degrees Celsius

13. Sultan Muhammad Salahuddin Meteorological Station – 35.6 degrees Celsius

14. Iskandar Meteorological Station – 35.5 degrees Celsius

15. Tjilik Riwut Meteorological Station – 35.5 degrees Celsius

16. Sangia Ni Bandera Meteorological Station – 35.4 degrees Celsius

17. West Java Climatology Station – 35.4 degrees Celsius

18. Mutiara Sis-Al Jufri Meteorological Station – 35.4 degrees Celsius

19. Supadio Meteorological Station – 35.3 degrees Celsius

20. Sultan Hasanudin Meteorological Station – 35.3 degrees Celsius.

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