Sylhet was shaken by two consecutive earthquakes. The strong tremors in the earthquake caused panic among the people. However, no casualties were reported.
The first quake was felt at 10:38 a.m. and the second at 10:51 a.m. on Saturday (May 29).
However, the Sylhet Meteorological Office could not say anything about the magnitude of the quake or its origin as it did not inform the Sylhet Meteorological Office from Dhaka.
Sylhet Meteorological Office High Observer. Mahmudul Hasan said, two earthquakes have been felt in a row. However, if no report is received from Dhaka, nothing can be said about its extent and place of origin. But the report will come soon.
Although the effects of cyclone Yas have subsided, it may rain for three days from today. Rajshahi and Rangpur divisions may receive moderate to heavy rainfall. There may be temporary gusts of rain in several places of Mymensingh and a couple of places in Dhaka, Khulna, Barisal, Sylhet and Chittagong divisions.
Meteorologist Ruhul Quddus told Kaler Kanth about the forecast of three days of rain and said that the effect of Yas is no more. Clouds will decrease. The temperature may rise slightly. There is a possibility of rain on the 30th and 31st of this month, before the start of the monsoon season. However, the level of rain will be less. After 31st the temperature will decrease again. Then the rain is likely to increase again. He added that such rains occur 10 to 15 days before the monsoon season. It will rain everywhere in Rangpur and Rajshahi divisions. Apart from this, it may rain in one or two places of other divisions.
In addition, the weather forecast for the next 24 hours from 6 pm on Friday said that the daytime temperature may increase by 1 to 2 degrees across the country. As well as the night temperature may rise.
The Meteorological Department has also forecast changes in the weather in the next 48 hours or two days. It has been reported that the rains may increase for the next five days as the monsoon season is ahead.
Meanwhile, Cyclone Yas crossed the Orissa coast of India, turned into a depression and landed in Jharkhand and adjoining areas. It has moved further north and has become weaker and lighter. It may move further north and gradually weaken. There is no possibility of strong winds in the North Bay and other coastal areas of the country. Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar, Mongla and Payra seaports have been asked to lower the warning signal.