News desk: Storm and rain in the country has completely reduced. There has been no rain in the capital Dhaka for the past two days. It is getting hotter by leaps and bounds. The sun is shining in the sky in Dhaka since this morning. However, the Meteorological Department has predicted that the storm will increase in the next three days. From Saturday (May 20) morning to Sunday (May 21) morning, other parts of the country were almost rainless in the last 24 hours except Sylhet and Rangpur divisions. During this time, 34 mm of rain fell in Sylhet. Apart from this, 4 mm of rain has been received in Dimla, 1 in Tentulia, 7 in Rajarhat, 1 in Srimangal and 9 mm in Kutubdia, the Meteorological Department said. Mild heat wave was blowing over four districts of the country on Saturday.
On Saturday, the highest temperature in the country was 37.1 degrees Celsius in Rajshahi. There has been no rain in Dhaka for the past two days. So it is getting hotter by leaps and bounds. The sun is shining in the sky in Dhaka since Sunday morning. The residents of the city have gone to work with the suffering of sweltering heat and traffic jam in mind. The maximum temperature in Dhaka was 35.1 degrees Celsius on Saturday. Meteorologist said the weather forecast for the next 24 hours from 9 am on Sunday. Shahinul Islam said, there may be temporary rain or thunder with gusty winds in some places of Rangpur, Rajshahi, Dhaka, Mymensingh, Chittagong and Sylhet divisions and two or more places in Khulna and Barisal divisions.
Day and night temperatures may remain almost unchanged across the country during this time. A mild heat wave is flowing over Rajshahi, Pabna, Jessore and Chuadanga districts and it may continue, he said, adding that the trend of rainfall may increase in the next three days. On Sunday (May 21) morning, the lowest temperature in the country was 20.5 degrees Celsius at Nikli in Kishoreganj. The minimum temperature in Dhaka was 27.2 degrees Celsius.