Lowest temperature recorded 2.6 °C

MNA National Desk: Bangladesh Meteorological Department has recorded its lowest temperature in history at 2.6 degrees Celsius in the Tetulia upazila of Panchagarh on Monday morning.

Earlier, the lowest temperature in the history of Bangladesh was recorded at 2.8 degrees Celsius in Srimangal in 1968.

The poor people, including children and elderly persons, have been suffering much from different cold-related diseases.

In the 24 hours prior to 6am Monday morning, temperature averaged out to the country’s all-time low, according to the Bangladesh Meteorological Department.

Temperature in Nilphamari’s Syedpur was second at 2.9 degrees Celsius, while it was 3 degrees Celsius in Dimla, 3.1 degrees Celsius in Kurigram’s Rajarhat and 3.2 in Dinajpur. Temperature in Dhaka dropped to as low as 9.5 degrees Celsius.

The day’s highest temperature was recorded at 25.6 degrees Celsius in Teknaf.


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