visitkhatulistiwa.com – At present, cold temperatures are sweeping the Dieng area and its surroundings. Frozen dew resembles snow or ice sheets, a natural phenomenon that occurs every year in the Dieng Plateu. Dieng people call it Dew Upas (Embun Upas or Poisson Dew) because it is toxic to their agricultural crops, make them unable to grow then die. This phenomenon occurs during July-August at the peak of the dry season. Morning water and dew freezes.
The head of the Banjarnegara Geophysics Station Setyoajie Parayudhi explained that ‘Dew Upas’ is a phenomenon that occurs due to water vapor which is naturally condensed and experiencing freezing due to extreme temperatures in the region recently.
in general, he continued, Central Java had entered the dry season, including the Dieng area, Banjarnegara.
In the dry season, the chance of rain is very small because there is not much cloud cover that has the potential to rain.
This results in the sun’s heat energy reflected from the earth immediately disappearing into the atmosphere.
This phenomenon is a highly anticipated moment for tourists. Besides being very unique, along with this phenomenon, Dieng Culture Festival is held, where there will be a lot of cultural treats for visitors.
Jazz festivals on the clouds, fireworks festivals, exhibitions of superior village tourism products, lantern festivals, traditional shaving dreadlocks, and many more.
It is no wonder that the establishment of DCF is always successful in attracting visitors. source: various
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