Mumbai weather is often the butt of many jokes. Many have even gone as far as saying that the only weather Mumbai has witnessed in the last few years is summer. Even in winter, the weather is, at best, not hot. This year too, the winter season was hardly perceptible. Recently though, the Financial Capital of the country witnessed more pleasant weather. The mercury dipped as low as 16° Celsius and this pleasant weather will continue for the next couple of days.
Mumbai Witnesses Pleasant Weather With 16° Celsius
According to an article which was recently published by The Indian Express, on Sunday, the temperature in Mumbai was as low as 16.7° Celsius. This low temperature was recorded by the Indian Meteorological Department’s observatory in Santacruz.
The coastal observatory in Colaba, on the other hand, recorded 18.8° Celsius. As per the article, there are no Western Disturbances and the city is experiencing strong northerly winds. This is why the weather in the city has become quite pleasant.
However, weather officials also stated that a few Western Disturbances are expected around February 15, 2024. The temperature in the city is therefore expected to increase around that time.
Nip In The Air To Continue For The Next Few Days
As per officials, the lowest temperature in the city for the next few days will be around 17° and 18° Celsius. Despite the prediction that the weather will be pleasant for the next couple of days, the highest temperature on Sunday was recorded at 31° Celsius.
This means that despite the periodical pleasant weather, heat persists. The weather officials also stated that the city is unlikely to receive any rain. In the last few years, monsoon rains have also declined in the city.
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