Analysis of Genesis Rain in Spring Transition in Makassar

Candra Febryanto Patandean(1*),

(1) Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency IV Makassar
(*) Corresponding Author




DOI: https://doi.org/10.26858/ja.v6i2.12520

Abstract


Extreme weather in this case heavy rains is common in the city of Makassar, both of which resulted in a flood or no flood.  This type of research is descriptive research that aims to describe the incidence of rain in the transition season in Makassar. The source of data used in obtaining data on research in Makassar is secondary data. His research methods such as analysis method is based on monthly rainfall data to determine the monthly rainfall pattern using the Log Pearson III distribution methods and daily rainfall data duration of 3 hours early to analyze the frequency of rain by using Gumbel distribution methods. Based on the results in a graph of monthly rainfall patterns in the city of Makassar in the year (1985-2014) for 30 years and chart the frequency of daily rainfall duration 3 hours late in the year (2005 to 2014) for 10 years in the transition season in the city of Makassar, we can conclude that monthly rainfall patterns in Makassar is a monsoonal pattern with the second-largest peak intensity of rainfall occurs in January and December and the smallest intensity of rainfall occurs in August.


Keywords


Rainfall; Rain Patterns; Frequency Rain; Transition Season.

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