The temperature will remain unchanged throughout the whole day on Sunday, however, it is expected to significantly decrease further in next two days, according to the meteorological department.
According to meteorological reports on Saturday, a light pressure has formed in the south-eastern Bay of Bengal. It is the fourth day of the Bengali month of ‘Poush’ on Sunday however, the full impact of winter is yet to be felt.
The capital is experiencing the flavor of winter at night but in the north, the temperature dropped below 10 degrees Celsius but a cold wave is yet to be observed. However, meteorologists have already forecasted a mild cold spell in the north this week.
Meteorologist Abul Kalam told Bangladesh Post that the extension of the sub-continental high pressure zone extends to West Bengal and adjoining areas. A light pressure has formed in the southeastern Bay of Bengal and the adjoining Indian Ocean area.
“Weather across the country may remain dry with temporary partly cloudy skies. Light fog may fall somewhere in the country at dawn. Night and day temperatures could remain almost unchanged across the country at this time, but night night temperatures could drop significantly in the next two days,” he said.
The lowest temperature in the country on Saturday was 9.4 degrees Celsius in Tentulia.
The temperature in Sylhet has dropped below 10 degrees. The meteorological department recorded a temperature of 9.6 degrees Celsius in Sylhet on Saturday. The minimum temperature in Dhaka was recorded at 16.1 degrees Celsius on Saturday morning.