A Met office bulletin said the weather may remain dry for next 24 hours
As an extended outlook for the next 72 hours, Bangladesh Meteorological Department has forecasted that night and day temperatures may rise across Bangladesh.
A Met office bulletin said the weather may remain dry for 24 hours commencing 9am on Tuesday, report BSS.
“Weather may remain dry with temporary partly cloudy sky over thecountry.”
"Moderate to thick fog may occur over the country from midnight to tomorrow [Wednesday] afternoon,” the bulletin said.
A mild cold wave is sweeping over Rajshahi and Rangpur divisions and the regions of Jessore and Kushtia, which may continue, added the bulletin.
However, night temperatures may rise slightly and day temperatures may remain nearly unchanged across the country in the next 24 hours, it predicted.
The highest temperature recorded on Saturday was 26.6 degree Celsius in Teknaf under Cox’s Bazar district, while Tuesday's minimum temperature is 7.2 degree Celsius at Tetulia under Rangpur district.