After 4 days, a mild cold wave passed in the northern district of Panchagarh. Meanwhile, the severity of winter is increasing in the southwestern districts of the country. The bitter winter is affecting people’s lives.
Panchagarh was under the grip of mild cold current for 4 consecutive days. However, Wednesday saw a mostly sunny morning. As the day progresses, the temperature rises and the thick fog disappears. Sweet sunshine brings relief to public life.
Panchagarh Tentulia Meteorological Office Officer-in-Charge. Russell Shah said that the minimum temperature in the district was recorded at 10.1 Celsius at 9 am on Wednesday by the Meteorological Office of Tetulia. Earlier from Saturday to Tuesday the temperature was between 9 and 10 degree Celsius.
Bone-chilling winter in Meherpur for more than a week. In Chuadanga, the cold air and thick fog have affected people’s lives. According to the Met Office, the temperature in the region has been fluctuating between 10.4 degrees and 12 degrees Celsius for the past few days.
In Moulvibazar, the density of thick fog has increased with the severity of winter. Srimangal recorded a minimum temperature of 10.5 degrees Celsius at 9 am on Wednesday. Dense fog has increased the risk of traffic at night. Even during the day, vehicles are moving on the roads and highways with their headlights on.
The cold is showing in the southern part of the country. The cold has increased in the coastal areas of Kuakata. Children and elderly patients have increased in the hospital.