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Daily life disrupted as Chuadanga records season’s highest temperature at 40.6°C

Published : Tuesday, 16 April, 2024 at 5:42 PM  Count : 402

Daily life disrupted as Chuadanga records season’s highest temperature at 40.6°C

Daily life disrupted as Chuadanga records season’s highest temperature at 40.6°C

The maximum temperature of the season was recorded in Chuadanga district at 40.6 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, amid the scorching heat in different parts of the country.

Chuadanga Weather Observatory Centre officials confirmed the information and added that the temperature was recorded around 3pm on Tuesday.

People are experiencing the blistering heat as a mild to moderate heat wave is sweeping Rangpur, Rajshahi, Dhaka, Mymensingh, Khulna, Barishal, Chattogram, and Sylhet divisions.

Normal life is being disrupted due to the extreme heat across the district. No one is going out of the house without much need in the ongoing heatwave.

Imran Sheikh, a resident of Courtpayara in Chuadanga, said "We can't do anything due to the sweltering heat. In the afternoon, the sky turns gloomy and people expect rains but in the morning the extreme heat make their life miserable."

Gaffar Mia, a tea vendor said "The selling is low due to the hot temperature. People are passing their time sitting and lying on the benches."

Earlier, Chuadanga recorded 38.8 and 38.6 Degrees Celsius, respectively on Monday and Sunday, said Chuadanga Weather Observatory Centre.

Jaminur Rahman, in-charge of Chuadanga Weather Observatory Centre, said the situation may persist for few more days.

The people of the country experience hot temperature due to lack of adequate rains in March and April, he said.

According to a weather bulletin of Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD), a mild to moderate heatwave is sweeping Rangpur, Rajshahi, Dhaka, Mymensingh, Khulna, Barishal, Chattogram, and Sylhet and it may continue.

Meanwhile, rain and thunder showers accompanied by temporary gusty or squally winds may occur in Dhaka, Mymensingh, Rangpur, and Sylhet divisions.

SA


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