Weather forecast for March 9 when the solar eclipse phenomenon occurs most of Indonesian cloudy this raises the possibility that Indonesians will find it difficult to see March 9 solar eclipse which is 4 days away.
Previously, NGELAG.com had written List of cities that can witness the solar eclipse of March 9, 2016 and there will only be 6 cities with the best total eclipse, but unfortunately most areas in Indonesia It is expected to have a fairly high cloud intensity when this rare phenomenon occurs.
After digging into various sources, such as BMKG Y Global Precipitation Climatology Project It turns out that the weather forecast for March 9 and the days before shows that most provinces in Indonesia are generally cloudy or lightly rainy, with a chance of moderate rain in the morning, afternoon, evening and night.
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Weather Forecast March 9, 2016 by BMKG
Although BMKG has not officially released the weather forecast for March 9, however The weather forecast in the previous days shows that in the Jakarta metropolitan area, especially in Jakarta, it is generally cloudy to light rain, it has the potential to happen moderate rain – heavy in the morningday/afternoon and night.
While for Bogor, Tangerang, Bekasi and Depok areas Generally cloudy to light rainthere is a possibility of moderate to heavy rain in the afternoon / evening and at night .
BMKG also predicts the weather on several Indonesian islands, including:
BMKG estimates that until the day before the eclipse begins, Sumatra will generally be cloudy: light rain, potentially light and moderate rain on West Coast Sumatra and Lampung, while moderate and heavy rain in Bengkulu.
On the island of Palembang, in Sumatra, the path of the Total Solar Eclipse of 2016 will cross
In the Kalimantan area, BMKG estimates that it is generally cloudy – light rain, potentially light – moderate rain in East Kalimantan and South Kalimantan, while there is a chance of moderate to heavy rain in Central Kalimantan.
Of course, if the Kalimantan area on the morning of March 9 is covered with clouds, residents will worry that there are clouds. 2 cities in Kalimantan that will be able to witness the total solar eclipse later.
For the Sulawesi region, BMKG estimates that 2 days before the solar eclipse begins, it will generally be cloudy (light rain, possibly light) moderate rain in South Sulawesi and Southeast Sulawesi, while the potential for moderate to heavy rain is in Central Sulawesi.
There will be 1 area that can witness the total solar eclipse of 2016, namely the city of Palu, Central Sulawesi.
Maluku is an area said to be the best spot to witness the 2016 total solar eclipse, but the BMKG also estimates that if it is generally cloudy (light rain), there is a chance of moderate to heavy rain in Maluku.
There will be 2 cities that will be the path of the total solar eclipse of 2016, namely Sofifi and Ternate
In the Papua region, it is estimated that most of it will be cloudy – light rain, potentially moderate – heavy rain in West Papua and Papua.
On the island of Java, where public interest in a solar eclipse is very high, it is estimated that it will generally be cloudy – light rain, potentially moderate – heavy rain in Banten, DKI Jakarta, West Java, Central Java, and Java Oriental.
Bali, NTT and NTB
This resort area is expected to be mostly cloudy: light rain, potentially light to moderate rain in Bali.
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Weather Forecast March 9, 2016 by GPCP
GPCP stands for Global Precipitation Climatology Project. is a project of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that specifically provides Global weather forecast data obtained of the satellite.
And here are the estimates:
Cloud Intensity Forecast March 9, 2016
If we look at the above statistics, Estimated March 9, 2016 intensity of cloudiness in most of the areas crossed total solar eclipse Will covered by clouds with an intensity greater than 50 percent.
This estimate appears to be more accurate by looking at various satellite photos showing cloud intensity over Indonesia on March 9 over the past 6 years:
If you see the photo above, it’s probably on the date March 9, 2016 Eclipse will be covered by clouds because 6 years have passed on the same day Indonesia is always covered with clouds and even rain from morning to night.
But it’s all just human guesswork, the universe is something that is difficult to predict. Therefore, let us welcome the Total Solar Eclipse of 2016, which we hope can be witnessed by the Indonesian people without being covered by clouds, considering that this phenomenon is a very rare event.
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