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As the rain started, the heat wave began to decrease. The temperature of the capital Dhaka dropped by 7 degrees Celsius in 24 hours on Monday.At this time, the temperature in other parts of the country has also dropped significantly.

The Meteorological Department says that it may rain in different parts of the country today and Tuesday. And the temperature may drop further.

Yesterday mild heat wave swept in only three places of the country. The areas are Gopalganj, Jessore and Chuadanga. Among them, Jashore recorded the country's highest temperature at 37.6 degrees Celsius. Mild to moderate heat waves occurred at 18 places in the previous 24 hours.

The Meteorological Department presents the weather conditions of the country based on the data received from 44 stations every day. Out of these 28 stations received more or less rain yesterday. The highest rainfall was recorded at Feni, 138 mm. 18 stations received rain in the previous 24 hours.

Kalboishakhi swept the capital last Sunday night. At that time the amount of rain was 36 mm. The highest temperature recorded in the capital yesterday was 29.8 degrees Celsius. The previous day the temperature was 36.7 degrees Celsius.

The Met Office yesterday evening said the weather forecast for the next 24 hours, today in many places of Mymensingh, Dhaka, Khulna, Barishal, Chattogram, and Sylhet divisions, and in some places of Rangpur and Rajshahi divisions, there may be temporary rain with gust or gusty wind or thunder. Along with that, there may be scattered hailstorms in some places. Day temperatures may drop by 1 to 2 degrees Celsius across the country.

Shahinul Islam, Meteorologist of the Department said that the amount of rain in the country may increase tomorrow (Tuesday). As a result, the temperature may also decrease. Areas still experiencing a mild heat wave may no longer be present.

The country experienced a continuous heatwave throughout April. Meteorologists said that this situation has not happened in the last 76 years.

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