News Desk: Compared to the last few days, the tendency of rain has decreased a lot. So growing hot. The situation is likely to continue for the next two days, the Meteorological Department said. After that, the rain may increase again across the country, the agency said.
In the last 24 hours (Saturday morning from 6 am to Sunday morning) there has been more rain in the north and northeast of the country than in other parts of the country. The highest rainfall of 6 mm was recorded at Rajarhat in Panchagarh. Besides, 72 mm of rain fell in Sylhet, 35 mm in Satkhira and 19 mm in Mongla. There was no rain in Dhaka.
Apart from Sylhet region, there is no heavy rain in other parts of the country. Dhaka, Barisal and Rajshahi areas have become almost rainless.
However, clouds have been hovering in the sky of Dhaka since Sunday morning. Occasionally there is a gust of wind.
Meteorologist Muhammad Abul Kalam Mallick said that many places in Rangpur, Mymensingh and Sylhet divisions in the next 24 hours from 9 am on Sunday; Some parts of Rajshahi, Dhaka and Chittagong divisions and one or two places in Khulna and Barisal divisions may experience showers or thundershowers with temporary gusts or gusts of wind. At the same time, there may be moderate to heavy rains in some parts of the northern part of the country.
The meteorologist said that day and night temperatures may remain almost unchanged across the country at this time.
According to the weather forecast for the inland river ports of the country till 7 pm on Sunday, it will be temporarily 45-60 kmph from west or north-west along Rangpur, Dinajpur, Rajshahi, Pabna, Bogra, Tangail, Mymensingh, Comilla and Sylhet region. There may be rain or thunderstorms with wind. River ports in these areas have been asked to display warning signal number 1.
Meanwhile, the highest temperature in the country on Saturday was in Rajshahi, 36.2 degrees Celsius.
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