Warning signals have been taken down from the seaports as the light pressure has weakened. However, a warning signal has been issued in the river port.
The meteorological office said the apparent light pressure in Jharkhand and adjoining areas of northern Chhattisgarh and Orissa had weakened to light pressure and remained in northeastern Madhya Pradesh and adjoining areas and later merged with the monsoon axis.
The extension of the monsoon axis extends from Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and central Bangladesh to Assam. An extension of it extends to the North Bay.
The monsoon is moderately active over Bangladesh and moderate over the North Bay.
Meteorologist said. Abdul Hamid Mia said that in this situation, light to moderate rain with thundershowers and thundershowers are likely in many parts of Khulna, Barisal and Chittagong divisions and some parts of Dhaka, Mymensingh, Rajshahi, Rangpur and Sylhet divisions by Monday (July 26) evening. At the same time, there may be scattered moderate to heavy rains in some parts of the country. Day and night temperatures across the country can remain almost unchanged. In Dhaka, the wind speed from south / south-east will be eight to 12 kilometers per hour at this time.
He said that by Tuesday (July 26), the tendency of rain with thunderstorms may increase. The extended five-day weather may change slightly.
Meteorologist said. Shahinul Islam said the storm is not likely to blow over the coastal areas and seaports of North Bay and adjoining Bangladesh. Therefore, Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar, Mongla and Payra seaports have been asked to lower the warning signal.
Meanwhile, over Jessore, Kushtia, Khulna, Barisal, Patuakhali, Comilla, Noakhali, Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar and Sylhet areas, there may be temporary gusts of 45 to 60 kmph from the south or south-east with rain or thunderstorms. Therefore, the river ports in these areas have been asked to display the number one warning signal.
On Sunday (July 25), the highest rainfall in the country was 61 mm in Kutubdia. The highest temperature recorded in Rajshahi was 35.3 degrees Celsius. The rainfall in Dhaka was five millimeters and the maximum temperature was recorded at 34 degrees Celsius.