Dhaka: The apparent low pressure over the Bay of Bengal is gradually weakening. As a result, rainfall will decrease and temperature will increase.
Meteorologist Kho. Hafizur Rahman said – the obvious low pressure located in the North Bay of Bengal and adjacent areas is moving towards the west-northwest and weakened and is staying in the form of low pressure in East Madhya Pradesh and adjacent areas. Monsoon axis extends over Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, low pressure center, Odisha, Gangetic West Bengal and southern Bangladesh to Assam. A portion of it extends to the northwestern Bay of Bengal. Monsoon is fairly active over Bangladesh and strong elsewhere in North Bay of Bengal.
In this situation, light to moderate rain/thunderstorm with lightning and gusty wind will occur in some places of Khulna, Barisal and Chittagong divisions and two or two places of Rajshahi, Rangpur, Dhaka, Mymensingh and Sylhet divisions by next Thursday (September 22) morning. may be Along with this, there may be moderate heavy rainfall somewhere in the southern part of the country. Day temperatures may increase slightly and night temperatures will remain almost unchanged across the country.
Dhaka will have wind speed of 10-15 kmph from South/South-East direction, which may increase to 25 kmph in temporary gusts.
Meanwhile, although the low pressure has weakened, the threat of storms on the coast has not ended. Therefore, three warning signals have been maintained in all seaports. Besides, fishing boats and trawlers have been allowed to go into the deep sea.
The highest rainfall in the country in the previous 24 hours from 11 am on Wednesday was 22 mm in Barisal. The maximum temperature recorded at Syedpur was 35.5 degrees Celsius. Dhaka received little rainfall and the maximum temperature was 33 degrees Celsius.
Bangladesh Time: 1313 hours, September 21, 2022