The storm weakened Tuesday afternoon, with most sustained wind speeds of 65 kilometers (40 miles) per hour and wind gusts as much as 85 kph (53 mph). The climate workplace within the capital, Dhaka, which had recorded gusts as much as 88 kph (55 mph) Monday night, stated the hazard had handed Tuesday.
Raihan Mehbub, a authorities official in Cumilla district, stated a pair and their 4-year-old daughter died after a tree fell on their house late Monday evening. They had been asleep and died on the scene, the official stated.
A minimum of 10 others died in separate incidents throughout the nation, Dhaka-based Somoy TV reported. Most died from falling timber, although others died from collapsing constructions or drowning, native media reported.
On Monday, the federal government halted operations by all river vessels throughout the nation, closed three airports and requested fishing boats to return from the deep sea and stay anchored within the Bay of Bengal.
Bangladesh is a delta nation of greater than 160 million individuals and is susceptible to pure disasters comparable to floods and cyclones.