The month of November is considered as the rainiest month for the southern parts of the country where shower spells beautify lush greenery and surroundings become fresh and growing.
Meanwhile for the northern parts, November is the most comfortable month where one enjoys mostly sunny and pleasant weather.It is only on account of some Western Disturbances that rains step in, otherwise the weather generally remains neutral I.e neither too hot, nor too cold.
The state of Maharashtra being located in the western and central parts of the country, generally experiences dry weather on most occasions.
The city of dreams, Mumbai, being its state capital lies on the western coast of India by the bank of Arabian Sea. Being a coastal town, warm and humid weather persist throughout November month. The temperatures vary between low and mid 30s resulting into high humidity across sea-coast mostly causing discomfort and spreading haziness in the surroundings.
As of now, day maximums in Mumbai are varying between 32℃-34℃ while minimums are near normal around 20℃. Dry winds are still taking all over and residents are experiencing dry and rough skins.
This weather condition is expected to change around December where minimums will frequently drop and go below 20℃. It will be the time where mornings,evenings and nights will become somewhat pleasant and one can enjoy cool sea breeze.
As of now, no rains are expected for at least next five months, which is nothing new for the city. Only on account of some pre -monsoon activities, some thunderstorm may occur in the month of may, otherwise dryness will continue gripping the city.
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