Another temperature record broken in Dhaka
Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, has experienced an intense heatwave, resulting in a record-breaking temperature of 40.5 degrees Celsius. This is the highest temperature recorded in decades, with the previous highest temperature being 40.4 degrees Celsius, recorded by the Bangladesh Meteorological Department just one day prior. Abdul Alim, a meteorological assistant at the Bangladesh Meteorological Department, confirmed that the highest temperature was 40.5 degrees Celsius.
According to the Bangladesh Meteorological Department, the heatwave will continue to affect various districts, including Khulna, Dhaka, Fardipur, Manikganj, Rajshahi, Pabna, and Patuakhali, for several days. As a result, people are expected to continue suffering from the heatwave in the near future.
Chuandanga, a district in Bangladesh, recorded the highest temperature in the country at 41.8 degrees Celsius today. The district had previously recorded a temperature of 42.2 degrees Celsius yesterday. This highlights the severity of the heatwave that is currently affecting various parts of the country.
The scorching heatwave has caused discomfort and difficulties for people in Bangladesh, and it is important for people to take necessary precautions to protect themselves from the adverse effects of the heat. It is recommended to stay indoors during the hottest hours of the day, wear light clothing, and keep hydrated by drinking plenty of water.
In conclusion, the high temperatures recorded in Dhaka and Chuandanga districts of Bangladesh serve as a reminder of the severity of the heatwave affecting the country. It is important for people to take necessary precautions to ensure their safety and wellbeing during this period of intense heat.