22 C
Dhaka, Bangladesh
10:29 pm | February 27, 2024
The Green Page
Temperatures can increase from 3 to 4 degrees Celsius, with no chance of rain there.

Temperatures can increase from 3 to 4 degrees Celsius, with no chance of rain there.

Cyclone Bulbul hit the Indian coast of West Bengal last Saturday. It swept over Bangladesh on Sunday. During this time temperatures have dropped slightly across the country.

At that time, the temperature dropped to 7 to 8 degrees Celsius from normal Celsius. But After the Bulbus left, the temperature started rising as usual. The weather department predicts that temperatures will rise over the next few days.

However, from Monday the temperature started rising from 3 to 5 degrees Celsius.

The weather forecast says the temperature could rise by 3 to 5 degrees Celsius. At the same time, the weather will be mainly dry. However, winds of up to 10 to 15 km per hour can be blowing in from south and southwest.

In both Chittagong and Sylhet divisions, there may be light to moderate rain or thunderstorms, including temporarily blustery winds. But, the weather may be mainly dry, with partly cloudy skies elsewhere in the country says Met Office.

According to forecasts, the cyclone ‘Bulbul’, located in the southwestern part of Khulna and adjacent Bangladesh, which moved slightly northeast.

By moving it weak and goes into deep depressions and later to depression. On Sunday evening it is located at Noakhali, Barisal and Patuakhal. It may further weaken by advancing northeast and cause of raining.

As a result, the prevalence of wind variations is prevalent in the North Bay and southern Bangladesh.

On Sunday rainfall recorded 18mm, where the higher temperature was 24.9 degrees Celsius and the lower was 22.5 degrees Celsius.

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