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Warning signal number 3 in seaport

Warning signal number 3 in seaport
Warning signal number 3 in seaport

Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar, Mongla and Payra seaports have been asked to show local warning signal number three.

Fishing boats and trawlers operating in the northern Bay of Bengal and deep sea have been asked to approach the coast with caution and not to venture into the deep sea until further notice.

According to the weather warning, low pressure has formed over the east-central Bay of Bengal and its surrounding areas. It can be condensed. Due to this, deep convective clouds are formed in North Bay of Bengal and nearby areas. Seaports in North Bay of Bengal and coastal areas of Bangladesh may experience gale force winds. Due to the influence of low pressure, the weather conditions in the southern part of the country may deteriorate in the next three days. If the low pressure becomes a low pressure, the wind speed will increase along the coast and rainfall will increase in the south.

According to the weather forecast for the next 24 hours from Thursday morning, there may be light to moderate rain with gusty winds or rain with thunder in some places in Rangpur, Khulna, Barisal, Chittagong and Sylhet divisions and in two places in Rajshahi, Dhaka and Mymensingh divisions. Along with this, there may be moderate heavy rainfall in some parts of the country.

Meanwhile, mild heatwave is moving over Comilla, Chandpur, Jessore and Satkhira districts and may continue. Day and night temperatures may remain almost unchanged across the country.

The forecast also says that a low pressure has formed over the east-central Bay of Bengal and nearby North Bay of Bengal. It can be condensed. The monsoon axis extends over Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Gangetic West Bengal, low pressure center and southern Bangladesh to Assam. An additional part of it extends to the north-west Bay of Bengal. Monsoon is less active over Bangladesh and weak to moderate elsewhere in northern Bay of Bengal.

Source: Bass

The article is in Bengali

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