Accuracy verification of extreme weather early warning in Denpasar area 2018
Keywords:accuracy verification, early warning, extreme weather, rainfall, weather conditions
Research has been conducted to verify the accuracy of extreme weather early warnings in the West Denpasar area in 2018. This research is based on the climate and weather conditions in Indonesia which are classified as extreme due to the effects of the movement of the west wind and east winds of the Indian-Pacific Ocean which causes Indonesia to have a variety of climate and weather, especially rainfall. Rainfall conditions in various places in Indonesia, especially Bali, have moderate to heavy rain intensity. In 2018, there were 673 extreme weather early warnings in the West Denpasar area with an accuracy rate of 92% from January to December.
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