DHAKA (Channel TT): At the end of Chaitra, there was a two-pronged rain with temporary gusting winds. Just before dusk, the sky suddenly covered with black clouds in different parts of the capital. The wind blows in the mouth. The heat of the day is cut off and cold weather is created all around. In some areas, even though the cloud is cut off after a while, it starts raining in many areas. Storm rock with.
The hail started at 5pm on Thursday afternoon and lasted for about twenty minutes.
Meteorologist Aftab Uddin said that during the monsoon, the temperature of the atmosphere towards the earth dropped below the freezing point, ie zero degrees. As a result, the freezing clouds turn into ice. And the hail from that cloud.
In addition, thunder clouds are formed in the sky. The result is thunderstorms due to the friction of the clouds. Aftab Uddin said there could be thunderstorms and thunderstorms over the next 24 hours.
Meanwhile, in some areas of the city, it was raining for some time. From 3:30 pm, the skies of various areas of Dhaka are covered with thick clouds. The road becomes dark with the oligarchy of the city. Thunder roared across the sky. Half an hour of thunderstorms ended with thunderstorms. The rain is quite a bit too. Then the clouds cut down on the sun and the rain started to rain. At one point, the rain also stopped. The last afternoon became shocking
The Met Office said that rain and thunderstorms could be possible with temporary thunderstorms / thunderstorms in both Dhaka, Mymensingh, Sylhet and Chittagong division in the next 24 hours from 5pm on Thursday. At the same time, they indicate isolated hail.
Meanwhile, forecasts for the past 24 hours said that gentle heat flows over Dhaka, Khulna and Barisal divisions, including Sitakunda, Feni, Rangamati, Maizdikort, Rajshahi and Pabna, would continue.
Daytime temperatures may rise to 2-3 degrees Celsius throughout the country. However, the Department has predicted rain or thunderstorms over the next three days. Shamsuddin Ahmed, the company's director, said normal rainfall is expected in April. This month, the Bay of Bengal could create a low tide and create a cyclone.
This month, moderate to severe thunderstorms with lightning and hail in the north, north-west and central regions of the country and light to moderate thunderstorms with thunderstorms and thunderstorms in other parts of the country may occur for 2-3 days.
Shamsuddin Ahmed added that in April, an intense heat wave (40 degree Celsius) in the north and north-west of the country and 1 to 2 degree Celsius (36-38 degrees Celsius) in other places could flow.
Due to heavy rains in the northeast and adjacent Indian parts of the country in April, there is also the possibility of sudden floods in some parts of the northeast of the country.