Record high temperatures have been reported across much of Java and Bali over the past two weeks,
The Bali Meteorology and Geophysics Bureau (BMG) are predicting high temperatures to continue through the coming week with temperatures reaching 35 degrees Celsius (95 degrees Fahrenheit).
Weather experts are blaming the warmer than normal temperatures on the close proximity of the sun's path to equatorial Indonesia.
Warning Bali residents to be on guard to the threat of fire, a spokesman for the BMG predicts that temperature will continue to hit 35 degree Celsius in some areas with humidity reaching as high as 93%.
Bali's rainy season, now due to commence and last until April of next year, will provide some much waited relief from the current heat wave.
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