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The temperature in Tentulia is 12.8 degrees, may drop further across the country

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The severity of winter has started to increase across the country. Especially in the northern and western parts of the country, the temperature dropped throughout the day. Among the northern districts, Tantulia in Panchagarh recorded the minimum temperature of 12.8 degrees Celsius.

According to the Meteorological Department, the temperature may drop by 1 to 2 degrees Celsius on Wednesday night and by 1 to 3 degrees Celsius tomorrow and Thursday across the country. From tomorrow Thursday night or Friday, the northern and western parts of the country may experience a mild cold wave. It can continue till December 18.

Muhammad Abul Kalam Mallick, meteorologist of Meteorological Department told the media that the maximum temperature is decreasing all over the country. The night temperature has also dropped. The minimum temperature is fluctuating between 11 and 18 degrees.

Abul Kalam Mallick said, from tomorrow night or the next day, a mild cold current may flow in Panchagarh, Lalmonirhat, Kurigram, Thakurgaon, Chapainawabganj, Ishwardi and Pabna districts in the northern part of the country and Jessore, Kushtia and Chuadanga districts in the southwest. On Tuesday, the lowest temperature in the country was 11.8 degrees Celsius at Tentulia in Panchagarh.

At 9 am on Wednesday, Rangpur Meteorological Office Officer-in-Charge Mostafizar Rahman said that the lowest temperature was recorded at 12.8 degrees Celsius in Tentulia of Panchagarh district in the northern part of the country. The minimum temperature recorded at Rangpur was 15 degrees Celsius. 14.2 degrees Celsius in Rajarhat Upazila of Kurigram, 13.7 degrees Celsius in Dinajpur, 13.6 degrees Celsius in Saipur of Nilphamari, 14.5 degrees Celsius in Dimla, 15.1 degrees Celsius in Gaibandha, 15.2 degrees Celsius in Lalmonirhat.

Meanwhile, normal life is being disrupted in many areas of the north-western region due to the severity of winter. Low income people are facing problems in these areas. People working as daily wage workers including driving rickshaws are suffering more in severe winter. The number of cold-related diseases is increasing.

Nazrul Islam, representative of Rangpur, assisted with information in the preparation of the report.


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