Extreme weather conditions and strong winds that occurred recently partnered solar storms.
Head of Data and Information on Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) Purwar Sutopo Nugroho confirms the extreme weather conditions and strong winds that occurred recently, is not associated with solar storms that are still happening today.
“There is no effect. The climate is changing and this is more due to strong winds and the rainy season the sun’s position,” said Sutopo in a brief message on the evening of Sunday January 29, 2012.
He explained the current position of the sun is in the southern tropical cyclone and collected there. “So that affect climate in Indonesia,” he said.
Previously, pointing BNPB 35 districts / cities in Java and Bali hit by tornado in four days, ie 25 to 29 January 2012. BNPB also noted 14 people died, 60 people were injured and 2364 houses damaged. 14 victims were killed by falling trees down, which is 3 people in Tabanan, 3 persons in Purbalingga, Kediri 2 people, 2 people in Banyumas.
While in South Jakarta, Wonosobo, Ciamis and Pasuruan each. Based on the number of homes that the worst damage of the Thousand Islands, Banyumas, Banjarnegara and Situbondo.
Sutopo continue, damage to homes caused by disasters become varies. Minor damage to collapse. Generally exposed to damage from fallen trees and roofs lifted by the wind.
“The incidence massive tornado heavily influenced Iggy tropical cyclones in the south of Nusa Tenggara and Bali,” he said. At present, said Sutopo, tropical cyclones are getting weaker Iggy away from the area of Indonesia.