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3 November, 2018 00:00 00 AM
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Low pressure likely to turn into a cyclone in Nov

Special Correspondent

The Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) in its long-range forecast for November has said that one or two low pressures are likely to form in the Bay and one of them may turn into a cyclone. Day and night temperatures are likely to plummet, but the average temperatures in November will remain normal. There is, however, a possibility of light to moderate early morning fog in the country's river basins. There may be less than normal rainfall across the country during the month.

The BMD's prediction came yesterday after a meeting of experts from different disciplines at its headquarters on Thursday to review the last month's weather situation. There might be 16.6 per cent less than average rainfall in the country despite having a number of low pressures and depressions, including one turning into a powerful cyclone that moved away northwestwards (Odisha and Andhra coasts of India). Under its influence, heavy rainfall was reported from the southern coast and south-eastern Chattogram, causing landslides in the region.

October also saw the country’s highest temperature of 36.8 degrees Celsius in Jashore on October, 2. The average sunlight available in the current month will be 6.5 to 7.5 hours.

 

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