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Temperatures may exceed 40°C in April, cyclones may occur

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DE Online Report
During this month, the maximum temperature may exceed 40 degree Celsius and intense to extreme heat waves may sweep over different parts of the country.
At the same time, the Meteorological Department has also said that a cyclone may form in the Bay of Bengal. The expert committee formed for long-term forecasting of Bangladesh Meteorological Department has given this forecast.
A regular meeting of the committee was held on Monday at the Dhaka Storm Warning Center of the Meteorological Department and through video conference. Deputy director of the department Sadekul Alam presided over the meeting.
According to the long-term forecast report, there is a possibility of less than normal rainfall in the country during the month of April. In this month, the country is likely to experience 5 to 7 days of scattered hail or light to moderate thunderstorms and 1 to 3 days of severe monsoon storms.
The forecast report also said that one to two low pressures may develop in the Bay of Bengal this month, out of which one may take the form of a low pressure or a cyclone.
It also said that two to four mild (36 to 37.9°C) or moderate (38 to 39.9°C) and one to two severe (40 to 41.9°C) to extreme (42°C) temperatures in the country in April. During this month, the day temperature may be above normal and the night temperature may be normal.
In view of the moderate to heavy rainfall in the north-eastern region of the country and adjoining upstream in April, the water level of the rivers in the north-eastern region of the country may increase rapidly. This may cause short-term flash flood situations. Elsewhere, all major rivers of the country may have normal flow, the Meteorological Department said in its long-term forecast report.

Highest temperature in Chuadanga
Chuadanga is burning in the middle of Chaitra. A moderate heatwave has begun. The maximum temperature recorded at Chuadanga was 38.5 degrees Celsius at 6 pm on Monday (April 1). Air humidity is 42 percent.
Rakibul Hasan, senior observer of Chuadanga Meteorological Office, said moderate heat flow is flowing over Chuadanga. The temperature has started rising for the last three days. The temperature will rise day by day. If the temperature and humidity increase, the heat will be felt more in public life.
Due to the sudden increase in heat in the district, the movement of people on the roads has reduced a lot. People are not going out of the house unless necessary. Fasting people are suffering a lot in summer.

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