Climate refers to the average calculation of the long-term, typical 20-30 year weather conditions of a particular place. Climate is usually determined by a large area.
Weather components: Climate refers to the elements that change the atmospheric conditions of a place. The elements of the weather are Wind, heat, pressure, precipitation and Humidity. The climate of Bangladesh is temperate or temperate. The main feature of the climate of Bangladesh is the monsoon. Geographically, Bangladesh belongs to the tropical climate zone. The average annual temperature in Bangladesh is 26.01 Celsius. The average winter temperature in Bangladesh is 16.62 Celsius. The average summer temperature in Bangladesh is 26.6 Celsius. The average monsoon temperature in Bangladesh is 26.6 Celsius. The highest temperature recorded in Bangladesh till date was 45.10 degree Celsius (May 16, 1982 in Rajshahi). The lowest temperature recorded in Bangladesh till date is 1.60 degree Celsius (February 3, 1905 in Dinajpur). The highest temperature recorded in Dhaka till date was 42.30 degrees Celsius (in 1970). The average annual rainfall in Bangladesh is 203 cm. The average rainfall during the monsoon season in Bangladesh is 309 cm. The highest average rainfall in Bangladesh is at Lalkhan in Sylhet (36 cm). The lowest average rainfall in Bangladesh is at Lalpur (154 cm) in Natore. The highest humidity in Bangladesh is in July (99%) and the lowest in December (38%). Bangladesh receives a lot of rainfall during the monsoon season due to the south-west monsoon. There is no rain in winter in Bangladesh because the air coming over the land is dry. The warmest place in Bangladesh is Lalpur in Natore. Rajshahi is the warmest district in Bangladesh. Srimangal is the coldest place in Bangladesh. Sylhet is the coldest district in Bangladesh. Almost the middle of the Tropic of Cancer line has been crossed. Bangladesh time is 8 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time. April is the warmest month in Bangladesh. January is the coldest month in Bangladesh. The climate of Bangladesh is known as equatorial. The monsoon season in Bangladesh is called the 'unique season'. The Bangladesh Meteorological Department is located in Agargaon, Dhaka. The Meteorological Department of Bangladesh is under the Ministry of Defense. There are 4 meteorological stations in Bangladesh: Dhaka, Patenga, Cox's Bazar and Khepupara in Patuakhali. There are 35 meteorological offices in Bangladesh. The Space Research and Remote Sensing Center is called SPARRSO, which stands for Space Research and Remote Sensing Organization. It is the only cyclone and disaster forecasting center in Bangladesh. It was established in 1980. SPARRSO is located in Agargaon, Dhaka and is regulated by the Ministry of Defense. The name of the project of SPARRSO engaged in artificial satellite, land survey work is ‘Land Sat and Noah’. The name of the Bangladesh Environmental Management Organization is BEMF, the full form of which is: Bangladesh Environment Management Forum. The cause of greenhouse damage is CFC gas. A large presence of weight can be observed at any stratospheric level in the atmosphere. The Netherlands-based international environmental movement is called Greenpeace. The pioneer of the environmental movement was Henry David Harrow of England. The Satellite Ground Receiving Station is responsible for measuring drought and flood damage in Bangladesh, land survey, land erosion, soil salinity determination, sea level, shrimp farming, mangrove forest measurement. The currently inoperative satellite ground receiving station is located at Savar in Dhaka. The job of a meteorological satellite is to forecast weather like clouds, rain, storms, cyclones, etc. every two hours. Recently, a radar center was set up in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh with the financial support of Japan.
Towards the end of December, 1 to 2 mild (6 to 10 সেল C) or moderate (7 to 8 সেল C) cold spells will prevail in the north, northeast and central parts of the country. The Meteorological Department said this in its long-term forecast for December on Wednesday. According to the forecast, 1 to 2 depressions are likely to occur in the Bay of Bengal this month, one of which could turn into a cyclone. However, it will not come to the coast of Bangladesh. Meanwhile, cyclones were also forecast in the Bay of Bengal last October and November. Although it turned into a deep depression in October, it did not turn into a cyclone. Although it turned into a cyclone in November, it did not affect Bangladesh. Not only that, but the long-term forecast for most of the current year was a cyclone forecast. The long-term forecast for December further states that the country may receive normal rainfall this month. Day and night temperatures may gradually decrease. However, the average temperature may remain normal. Light to moderate fog may fall in the river basins of the country from dawn to dusk. Normal conditions can prevail in rivers. During this month, the average daily sunshine in the country may be 4 to 5 hours.