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19 June, 2018 00:00 00 AM / LAST MODIFIED: 19 June, 2018 12:02:46 AM
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Heat wave sizzles South West

Special Correspondent

The south west continues to scorch under a mild heat wave as the day’s highest temperature was recorded at 39.6 Degrees Celsius in Chuadanga yesterday. It was followed by 39C in Khulna and 38.8C in neighbouring Jashore. Far away in northwestern Rajshahi it was 38.4C. The sizzling heat wave may continue in the South West to the North West today, Shahinur Islam, a meteorologist at the Dhaka Met Office said yesterday. The reason behind the spell of heat there for the past two days was attributed to the lack of rain which has eluded the region as it slowed down. Until it rains such a heat would continue, he added. The good news is for the scorched people, the met office forecast for the next five days said, rains would increase at its end period only then the people may get the relief from such heat.

 

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