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The Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI)


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The Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI) is a drought index based only on precipitation. SPI is an index based on the probability of recording the amount of rainfall, a negative index for drought, and positive for wet conditions. The SPI can be used to monitor conditions on a variety of time scales. This temporal flexibility allows the SPI to be useful in both short-term agricultural and long-term hydrological applications.




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16 April 2014

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Light Rain
23 - 34 °C

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Light Rain
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25 - 32 °C

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Moderate Rain
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23 - 32 °C

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Capital City of Indonesia Forecast
16 April 2014

Padang

Light Rain
Light Rain
21 - 31 °C

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Light Rain
Light Rain
23 - 33 °C

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Moderate Rain
Moderate Rain
23 - 32 °C

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Light Rain
Light Rain
24 - 31 °C

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Light Rain
Light Rain
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Light Rain
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Latest Earthquake
16 April 2014 13:26:38 WIB
Location :4.96 S-102.77 E
Depth : 22 Km
77 km SouthWest BENGKULUSELATAN
does not generate TSUNAMI
 
Felt Earthquake
Date16/04/2014-13:26:38 UTC+7
Magnitude5 RS
Depth22 Km
Location4.96 S 102.77 E
Information:
The quake's epicenter was at sea 77 km Southwest Bengkulu South
Felt (MMI):
II-III Liwa, II Bengkulu ,
 

 


 

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