Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) has predicted thunderstorms till next week

Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) has predicted thunderstorms till next week

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Monwar said there has been a lot of relief from last night's rain, which has brought down the average temperature across the country by three to four degrees Celsius, with the mercury falling by six degrees Celsius at some weather stations, which means almost the entire Very cold weather prevails in the country.

BMD meteorologist said that unlike the previous month of April, residents will get respite from the scorching heat throughout the month of May as the mercury will maintain tolerable temperatures due to the impact of rains and storms.

According to the weather bulletin issued today by the BMD, Dhaka city and its adjoining districts recorded considerable amount of rainfall, he said, adding, “The weather office has reported 36 mm in Dhaka, 37.8 mm in Faridpur, 36.8 mm in Madaripur, 36.8 mm in Gopalganj. Recorded 37 mm of rain in. , came out at 32mm.

The country's highest rainfall of 124 mm was recorded in Srimangal, while 37 mm was recorded in Chattogram, 60 mm in Rangamati, 28 mm in Feni, 17 mm in Cox's Bazar, 22 mm in Bandarban, the bulletin said.

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