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Winter Atmosphere Enhanced due to the Drizzling Rain

The cyclone Migraine has wreaked havoc in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Although the cyclone did not directly hit Bangladesh, its impact has been felt in nature. Throughout yesterday, Wednesday, the sky was covered with clouds, and a drizzle was falling. While the cold has not set in, the essence of winter is visible due to the rain.

Today, Thursday, there is a possibility of rain in various parts of the country, including the capital. After the rain, the temperature in various parts of the country may decrease by 1 to 3 degrees Celsius. The cold may intensify after December 10.

The Meteorological Department has informed that the intense cyclone Migraine, which was prevalent in the western-central Bay of Bengal and its adjacent areas, has moved further north, crossing the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh via Nilor and Masulipatnam in India on Tuesday afternoon. Now it is located in northern Andhra Pradesh and its adjacent areas, forming a clear low-pressure area in the region. It may slowly weaken while moving further north into the interior of the local area.

According to the weather forecast, Rajshahi, Dhaka, Khulna, Barisal, Chittagong, Mymensingh, and Sylhet divisions, as well as some places in the Rangpur division, may experience temporary gusts of wind along with light to moderate rainfall or thunderstorms. At the same time, scattered light to moderate rains or heavy showers may occur in some places in the country.

Mohammad Abul Kalam Malik, a meteorologist at the Meteorological Department, said that on Thursday, there may be light to moderate rain, along with mild to moderate winds and occasional gusts of wind. Rain may also occur in the capital, Dhaka. After two days of rain, significant cold is expected to set in from the next Saturday or Sunday.

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