Sunday, January 27, 2013

No flood today

On 17 January rain falls very heavily and continuously inundating some important parts of the Indonesian capital city of Jakarta.

Many parts of the city's downtown area like the Presidential Palace, the HI Roundabout & Fountain, were inundated that President SBY's meeting with Argentinian President Mme. was postpone for a few hours.

Due to this fact, the Governor of Jakarta Joko Widodo has announced Jakarta under state of emergency for ten days until 27 January 2013 which is today. One factor that influenced Jokowi in making such decision was the weather forecast made by the Meteorology and Geophysical Agency (BMKG)  that the rain will fall heavily and continuously and shall reach the highest level on 27 January 2013.

Thank God when I woke up this morning the sun was shining very bright and it goes on the whole day until dusk.

I pray to God so that Jakarta shall not be inundated again like last week.

Photo: Courtesy of PlazaMSN


Annmarie Pipa said...

oh dear! I had not heard any of this news. I will pray for the intentions of all those in the flood. wishing you sunny skies.

Daisy said...

Glad to hear you had a full day of sunshine. I hope you have many more days like that.

Laila R. said...

Thank goodness! I can't stand flooding, good thing for the sunshine:)~New follower


Harry Nizam said...

Thank you for your prayer.

I also hope so.

Yes it was horrible. Thank you for following, I'll follow back.

Fauzia Share said...

wow kota besar banjir :)

Wisata Murah said...

Alhamdulillah, saya senang mendengarnya jakarta tidak jadi banjir. karena walau aset alat musik saya yang di jelambar sudah ditaruh dilantai atas, tapi tetap was was..

dan semoga ramalan cuaca itu hanya tinggal ramalan ya pak. thanks

colson said...

Fortunately nature deceived weather forecasters. Let's hope the torrential rains season will be over now.

Harry Nizam said...

We can only hope and pray that mother nature would calm down.

Kiwi Riverman's Blogesphere said...

Could be on the improve. The Aussie city of Brisbane won't get the floods of two years ago, so things while bad enough, won't be as bad as first thought. Perhaps Jakarta will be the same. Good luck Harry!

Harry Nizam said...

Let us hope so.
Fyi, our government has successfully
redirect heavy rainfall from falling in Jakarta to the sea.

Harry Nizam said...

Iya menyedihkan.

@Wisata Murah,
Kalau ke Jakarta kita bisa ngobrol2.

menopausal mama said...

Hopefully you will a week full of sunshine!

Harry Nizam said...

@Menopausal Mama,
That would be great!