Dhaka received 85 mm of rain in 3 hours from 8 am to 9 am on Tuesday. The meteorological office says rainfall will gradually increase in the eastern and coastal areas of the country. The meteorological office has forecast heavy rains in Dhaka tomorrow as well.
Meteorologist said. Aftab Uddin told Prothom Alo at noon that the rainfall is now decreasing towards the west. From June 3 to 5, the rainfall in this region will decrease completely. Then there will be rain only in the coastal areas and in the east. Rain will be more in Sylhet, Comilla, Chittagong, Khulna region.
Meteorologist said. Aftab Uddin said the combination of Pubali and western winds has created a thunderstorm locally. As a result, it is raining in the country.
Besides, heavy rain has also fallen in Chittagong, Mymensingh and Sylhet divisions in the last 24 hours.
In the last 24 hours (till 8 am today), the highest rainfall in the country was 103 mm in Chittagong. Besides, 42 mm of rain fell in Sitakunda and 30 mm in Feni of the division.
In Sylhet division, the rainfall was 75 mm in Sylhet city and 8 mm in Srimangal.
Among the Mymensingh divisions, Netrokona received 95 mm and Mymensingh received 48 mm of rainfall. Besides, Rajshahi, Khulna and Barisal divisions also received rain.
There was not much rain in Rangpur division. Rainfall in the west, including this region, is now low.
The meteorological office says that after the 7th, the rain will increase again in Dhaka and Barisal regions. According to meteorologists, 44 to 6 mm of rain is called heavy rainfall. 11 to 22 mm of rainfall is called moderate rainfall, and 23 to 43 mm of rainfall is called moderate to heavy rainfall.