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Temperatures may drop over the country in next 24 hours

01 February 2023
Temperatures may drop over the country in next 24 hours

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UNB, Dhaka :

The day and night are set to turn a bit colder as temperatures across the country may drop by one to three degree Celsius in the next 24 hours, according to the Met Office.

Light to moderate fog may occur over the country from late night till morning, the Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) said in its forecast commencing from 9am on Wednesday.

The weather may remain mainly dry with partly cloudy skies over the country, it said.

The lowest temperature in the country was recorded at 14.2 degrees Celsius in Tetulia in the 24 hours, till 6 am today. The highest temperature was recorded at 32 degrees Celsius in Cox’s Bazar.

Meanwhile, a low-pressure area has formed over southeast Bay and adjoining areas. It is likely to move west-southwestwards, as per the bulletin.

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