Today’s Surabaya Weather: Weekly Night…

BMKG Juanda predicts the weather in Surabaya today, Saturday (14/5). Photo/illustration: archive

jatim.jpnn.comSURABAYA – Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) Juanda released the Surabaya weather forecast today, Saturday (14/5).

The weather in the City of Heroes in the morning is forecast to be sunny to cloudy.

However, by noon the weather began to change. Several sub-districts in Surabaya are forecasted to experience moderate rain in Gayungan, Gunung Anyar, Rungkut, and Wonocolo.

In the afternoon, the rain began to spread. BMKG Juanda predicts that almost all areas of Surabaya will be showered with light intensity rain evenly.

The areas experiencing this condition are Asemrowo, Benowo, Bubutan, Hamlet Pakis, Gayungan, Gubeng, Gunung Anyar, Jambangan, Karang Pilang, Lakarsantri, and Rungkut.

Similar weather also hit Sambikerep, Sawahan, Semampir, Simokerto, Sukolilo, Sukomanunggal, Tandes, Tegalsari, Tenggilis Mejoyo, Wiyung, Wonocolo, and Wonokromo.

That night it started to rain. However, some areas are still raining, namely in Gayungan, Gunung Anyar, Rungkut, and Wonocolo.

The next day on Sunday (15/5), the weather in Surabaya is predicted to be sunny to cloudy.

Before starting the weekend, pay close attention to the Surabaya weather forecast today.

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