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It May Rain from Tomorrow

Own Correspondent: The temperature continues to rise across the country. The temperature has risen and the cold current has disappeared. In the coming days, the temperature will gradually increase and the cold will decrease. Apart from this, the Meteorological Department has said that it may rain in different parts of the country from tomorrow.

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The forecast for the next 24 hours from 9 am on Monday (February 12) says that the weather will remain mainly dry across the country with temporary partly cloudy skies. Light to moderate fog is expected over the country from late night till morning.

During this time, the night temperature may rise slightly across the country and the day temperature may remain almost unchanged.

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The weather forecast for the next 2 days says that on Tuesday (February 13), the weather will be mainly dry with partly cloudy skies across the country. However, there is a possibility of rain or drizzle in 2/1 places of Rajshahi and Rangpur divisions.

On this day, the night temperature may increase by 1-2 degrees Celsius and the day temperature may increase slightly across the country.

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On Wednesday (February 14), Rajshahi, Rangpur, Dhaka, Khulna and Sylhet divisions may receive rain or thundershowers, while elsewhere the weather will remain mainly dry with partly cloudy skies.

The night temperature may increase slightly on that day. Temperature may continue to rise in next 5 days.

Meteorologists said that a mild cold current was flowing over Panchagarh and Moulvibazar districts yesterday. Today, apart from Panchagarh, the minimum temperature is not below 10 degrees Celsius anywhere else in the country.

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The Meteorological Department did not declare a cold front as temperatures dipped below 10 degrees Celsius in isolated areas.

The country's lowest temperature was recorded at 8 degrees Celsius in Panchagarh's Tentulia this morning, compared to 7.8 degrees Celsius a day earlier. The minimum temperature in Dhaka was 17.1 degrees Celsius from 17 degrees Celsius.

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