News Desk: The deep depression created in the Bay of Bengal has weakened and is clearly visible in the Indian subcontinent. Its impact on Bangladesh has also begun to wane. The country's seaports have been asked to lower the local warning signal No. 3 from Tuesday (September 14) afternoon.
The trend of rainfall will also decrease now, in that context, the country's maximum temperature may rise up to 2 degrees Celsius, the Meteorological Department said.
Meteorologist said. Bazlur Rashid said that the deep depression in Orissa-Jharkhand and adjoining areas has become more depressing as it moves further west and north-west. Later it became weaker and now it is located in Uttar Pradesh and nearby areas in the form of obvious light pressure. It may progress further west and northwest and become progressively weaker. The monsoon is moderately active over Bangladesh and moderate over the North Bay.
The weather forecast for the next 24 hours from 9am on Wednesday (September 15) said light to moderate showers with gusts in many parts of Khulna and Sylhet divisions and some parts of Dhaka, Mymensingh, Khulna and Barisal divisions and a couple of places in Rangpur and Rajshahi divisions. There may be rain or thunderstorms. There may also be moderate to heavy rains in Chittagong and Sylhet divisions.
At this time, the daytime temperature may rise by 1 to 2 degrees Celsius across the country and the nighttime temperature may remain almost unchanged.
The weather forecast for the next three days says that the tendency of rainfall may decrease during this time.
In the last 24 hours from 6 am on Tuesday to 8 am on Wednesday, Barisal and Khulna divisions were more prone to rain than other divisions. The highest rainfall during this period was in Mongla, 106 mm. Dhaka received 9 mm of rain.
The highest temperature in the country on Tuesday was in Sylhet at 35.6 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature in Dhaka was 31.8 degrees Celsius.