The cold wave is sweeping over three regions of the country. Temperatures in several regions are in the vicinity of cold spells. Temperatures are rising in some areas. In most parts of the country, the winter weather can last up to seven more days. From then on the temperature will continue to rise and the winter will continue to take its toll.
On Wednesday (February 10) night, meteorologist Arif Hossain told Jago News, ‘It will be like this for a few days now. The temperature may rise a little. Maybe a day or two the temperature could go down. By February 18, there may be a cold snap in one or two places. Towards Panchagarh. Then the temperature will not decrease.
He added, ‘It can still be seen that the temperature is around 10 degrees in some places. Winter did not leave those areas. The temperature around 10 degrees towards the village means that it is winter. Since there is sunlight, winter may not feel that way. After 16th and 17th February, winter will say goodbye. It will remain as it is now till 16 and 17, then the temperature will continue to rise.
The Meteorological Department said on Wednesday evening that night and day temperatures across the country could rise slightly in the next 24 hours. The next two days the weather may change slightly. The temperature may rise in the next five days.
The forecast for the next 24 hours said that a mild cold wave is sweeping over Srimangal, Panchagarh and Kurigram areas and it may subside. The weather can be mainly dry with temporarily partly cloudy skies. Light to moderate fog may fall in river basins across the country from late night to early morning.
The extension of the sub-continental high pressure zone is located in West Bengal and adjoining areas. The normal light pressure of the season is located in the South Bay.