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Chance of drizzle, mild cold current in 4 districts

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Since the beginning of the month of Magh, winter has been raging all over the country. Mild cold current is going on in four districts. Some parts of the country are likely to experience mild to moderate cold spells by the end of this month. Apart from this, there may be drizzle in the southern part of the country next Wednesday and Thursday, said the Meteorological Office.

Meteorologist Hafizur Rahman gave this information on Saturday afternoon. At the same time, the agency also said that dense fog may increase again across the country.

Meteorologist Hafizur Rahman said, mild cold current is flowing over Dinajpur, Rajshahi, Nowga, Moulvibazar. Gradually it can spread to surrounding areas.

However, there is no chance of severe cold current, the trend of fog may increase. Apart from this, the meteorologist also said that the night and day temperatures may drop slightly across the country.

In its 72-hour weather forecast, the Meteorological Department said, the extension of the subcontinental high pressure area is located over West Bengal and adjoining areas. Seasonal normal low pressure is located over South Bay of Bengal, its extension extends to North Bay of Bengal.

Meanwhile, the country’s lowest temperature was 9.5 degrees Celsius at Srimangal in Moulvibazar on Saturday. And the highest recorded in Chittagong’s Sitakunda is 27 degrees Celsius. 23 degree Celsius temperature in Dhaka.



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