The Meteorological Department has forecast there might be one or two low-pressure zones in the Bay of Bengal in November and they might turn to cyclones.
As November begins, temperatures have started to fall in different areas across the country.
While announcing the month-long forecast for the month on Tuesday, met department director Shamsuddin Ahmed said that this year less rainfall is expected in November than usual.
He added that temperatures are expected to drop further in the middle of the month.
“Though the north wind is not blowing, there is drizzling rain and lower temperatures in parts of the country. Evening fog and light rain are to be expected,” the director said.
Parts of the country experienced rain at the tail end of October due to a low pressure system that developed soon after the passing of Cyclone Titli.
The north, north-east and central areas of the country may experience light to medium cold winds with heavy fogs at the end of November, said the met office.
Light rain fell in some parts of Dhaka on Monday. The most rain across the country was recorded in Sylhet, 39mm.
According to Tuesday’s forecast, parts of Kishoreganj district, Mymensingh and Sylhet divisions will experience light rain. Other regions of the country may experience partial cloudiness.