The depression created in the Bay of Bengal has turned into a cyclone ‘Rose’. As a result, seaports have been asked to lower the number one remote warning signal and display the number two remote warning signal. This information was given by the Bangladesh Meteorological Department in a special weather notification (Serial No. 2) on Saturday (September 25) night. According to meteorologists, there is no danger of the cyclone hitting the coast of Bangladesh. It is advancing towards the coast of India. The special depression said that the deep depression in the East-Central Bay of Bengal and nearby North-East Bay of Bengal has intensified and moved westwards. It was located 560 km southwest of Chittagong seaport, 520 km southwest of Cox’s Bazar seaport, 460 km south of Mongla seaport and 450 km south of Payra seaport. It may move further west and northwest. The maximum sustained wind speed within 54 km of the cyclone center is 72 km per hour,
which is increasing up to 6 km in the form of gusts or gusty winds. The sea is very rough near the center of the cyclone, the special notice said. Read more: Where is Hurricane ‘Rose’ going to hit? The notification further said that Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar, Mongla and Payra seaports have been asked to lower the remote warning signal No. 1 and display the remote warning signal No. 2 instead. Fishing boats and trawlers stationed in the North Bay have been asked to proceed cautiously from near the coast until further notice. At the same time, the Meteorological Department has banned them from roaming in the deep sea. The latest bulletin from the Indian Meteorological Department said on Saturday (September 25) night that the “roses” could cross the land on Sunday over Kalingapatnam, south of Orissa in India and north of Andhra Pradesh. On Monday, it could turn into a deep depression and depressions due to energy depletion. In addition, the weather forecast for the next 24 hours from 6 pm, Khulna, Barisal, Chittagong Division in many places; Some parts of Dhaka and Rajshahi divisions and one or two places in Rangpur, Mymensingh and Sylhet divisions may experience light to moderate rain or thundershowers with temporary gusts. At the same time, there may be moderate to heavy rains in some parts of the southern part of the country. During this time, day and night temperatures across the country may drop slightly, the forecast said. The highest temperature recorded in the country on Friday (September 24) was 38.4 degrees Celsius in Tentulia and the lowest temperature in the country on Saturday was 23.6 degrees Celsius in Gopalganj. The highest rainfall recorded in the country on Friday was 30 mm at Maijdi Court in Noakhali. It has been reported that it is raining with thunder and lightning in different parts of the country due to the low pressure created in the Bay of Bengal. Rain and thunderstorms also lashed Dhaka on Saturday (September 25) at noon.