After a day of scorching sun, it rained comfortably in the capital. The thunderstorm started with him.

The sky was cloudless since Thursday (August 5) morning. As a result, the temperature rises as the day progresses. As the mercury in the thermometer rises, it rises to 35.6 degrees. This is the highest temperature in the last two weeks in the capital.

Although this condition prevails throughout the day, nature continues to change its form from evening. Without thunder, only lightning flashes. At around 8:30 pm, it started raining with thunder and lightning. Muhurmuhu is shaken by lightning all around. However, no casualties were reported till the report was written.

There were also reports of transformers failing in many areas due to thunderstorms and rains. Loadshedding occurs somewhere.

The meteorological office said the condition was caused by monsoon winds. In the next two days, the tendency of rain with thunder will increase.

Meteorologist said. According to Shahinul Islam, the extension of the monsoon axis extends from Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and central Bangladesh to Assam. An extension of it extends to the North Bay. The monsoon is moderately active over Bangladesh and moderate over the North Bay.

In this situation, light to moderate rain / thundershowers with temporary gusts may occur in many parts of Chittagong and Sylhet divisions till Friday (August 6) evening and in some parts of Rangpur, Rajshahi, Dhaka, Mymensingh, Khulna and Barisal divisions. At the same time, there may be moderate to heavy rains in some parts of the country. Day and night temperatures across the country can remain almost unchanged. In Dhaka, the wind speed from south / south-east will be 8-12 km per hour.

The tendency of rain / thunderstorm will increase by Saturday. The weather may change slightly in the extended five days.

The highest temperature recorded in the country on Thursday was 37.5 degrees Celsius in Syedpur. The highest rainfall recorded was 56 mm in Rangamati.

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