The Meteorological Department has said that drizzle may start in different parts of the country from tomorrow Tuesday. But even if it rains, the severity of winter will not increase.
The agency has given this information in a weather forecast for the next 72 hours from Monday today.
The forecast, signed by Assistant Meteorologist Afroza Sultana, said that the extension of the subcontinental high pressure zone is located over West Bengal and adjoining northwest Bangladesh. Seasonal normal low pressure is located over South Bay of Bengal, with its extension extending to North Bay of Bengal.
According to the Meteorological Office, the temperature has increased slightly in the last 24 hours and the scope of the cold current has decreased. Today Monday, mild to moderate cold current is flowing over 36 districts. On Sunday, mild to severe cold flow was flowing over 47 districts. Cold flow will decrease further in the next few days.
However, although the temperature has increased slightly, the northern part of the country is still experiencing severe winters. On Monday morning, the lowest temperature in the country was 5.7 degrees Celsius in Dinajpur.
According to the forecast, the weather over the country may remain dry with partly cloudy sky from 9 am on Monday for the next 24 hours. Moderate to heavy fog may occur in river basins of the country from midnight to morning and light to moderate fog may occur elsewhere in the country. Inland shipping may be temporarily disrupted due to dense fog.
Over the next 24 hours, night temperatures may increase slightly and day temperatures may remain almost unchanged across the country.
Rain or drizzle may occur at two places in Khulna division including Faridpur area on Tuesday. Night temperatures may increase by 1 to 2 degrees Celsius across the country and daytime temperatures may remain almost unchanged.
The extended 5-day forecast says rains may continue during the early part of this period.