The cyclone Amphan, formed in the Bay of Bengal, may also hit the Rajshahi region if the direction changes.
Rajshahi Deputy Commissioner Hamidul Haque confirmed the matter to the reporters on Wednesday morning.
He urged the district people to be careful regarding all types of crops including mangoes.
Cyclone Amphan, moving at a wind speed of 200 to 220 kilometers per hour within 85 kilometers of the centre of cyclone.
The coastal districts of Bangladesh have been experiencing light rain and stormy weather from Tuesday evening.
Bangladesh's Met office has already advised maritime ports Payra and Mongla to hoist great danger signal number 10 while Chattogram and Cox's Bazar asked to hoist great signal 9 as extremely severe cyclonic storm Amphan is approaching towards coastlines.