Bangladesh’s relief rain with the storm
Most of the areas of Bangladesh, including the capital Dhaka, seemed to be burning with the highest temperature and intense heat of the year. After a week of hot weather and scorching heat, everyone in the country, including Dhaka, seemed to get their lives back on Wednesday (April 27) in the middle of the night.
Peace has returned to the country’s capital after the rains with the Kalavaishakhi storm. Busy people all over the body. The thunderstorm started in Dhaka at around 11 pm on Wednesday. Before the onset of the storm in the capital Dhaka, relief rain was seen in different parts of the country. Gusty winds and thunderstorms started in the afternoon in Rajshahi, Natore, Rangpur, Bogra, Gaibandha, Sirajganj and Tangail areas. Then the rain of relief returned to Dhaka with the Kalavaishakhi storm.
The country’s meteorologist Abdur Rahman said the maximum speed of the Kalbaishakhi storm in Dhaka, which started at 11 pm, was 74 kilometers per hour. The amount of rain was 1 ml. (Until 12 at night). However, rain and wind may blow tomorrow.
Earlier, on Wednesday (April 21) night, a maximum wind speed of 63 km per hour in Dhaka with gusts of wind and Kalbaishakhi storm hit. At this time 3 ml of rain falls.
Then the temperature started rising in Dhaka. On April 25, the highest temperature of the year was recorded in Dhaka at 39.5 degrees Celsius. The next day, April 26, the record was 39.4 degrees Celsius. The last few days have seen such high temperatures in Dhaka. Besides, this week recorded the highest temperature in the last 6 years in Jessore at 41.2 degrees Celsius.
After the scorching heat reached its peak on Wednesday, peace seemed to return to the minds of the people of the capital. Working people were overwhelmed by the hot weather.
In the early part of Wednesday night, the Kalbaishakhi storm started in Gaibandha district of Rangpur. In Bogra and Jamalpur districts this Kalbaishakhi hit. Besides, Kalbaishakhi flows in Lalmonirhat and Kurigram from the afternoon. Besides, a couple of places in Mymensingh and Sylhet divisions received temporary rain with gusts or thunderstorms. Somewhere in these places 40 to 60 km per hour. Storms can blow at speed.
In the next 24 hours, the weather message said, the daytime temperature will decrease slightly across the country. Night temperatures can remain almost unchanged. The maximum temperature in the last 24 hours was 39.3 degrees Celsius in Rajshahi.