Printed on Wed Aug 10 2022 6:25:09 PM

Depression in Bay of Bengal, temperature may rise

Staff Correspondent
The temperature may rise due to deep depression in the Bay of Bengal. This has been informed in the forecast of the Meteorological Department.

Meteorologist Shariful Newaz of the Meteorological Department said on Saturday, March 5 that there was a deep depression in the southwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining areas.

The location of this depression is close to Sri Lanka.

As a result, there will be some clouds in the sky of Bangladesh. If there is low pressure in the sea, the feeling of heat will increase.

However, there is no possibility of rain even if the feeling of heat increases.

The highest temperature recorded in the country today was 35 degrees Celsius in Teknaf and the lowest was 12.7 degrees Celsius in Srimangal.

On the other hand, the minimum temperature in the capital was 18.8 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature was 31.4 degrees Celsius.

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