Since the beginning of November, the economical capital of the country, Mumbai has been witnessing very warm day conditions and slightly warmer nights. In fact, on December 4, the maximum temperature of Mumbai was recorded at 35˚C, which came down to 31˚C on December 10.
Similarly, the minimum temperature was recorded around 21˚C on December 5 suddenly dropped by 5 to 6 degrees, during the last 5 days. This drop continued and on Tuesday, Mumbai recorded lowest minimum of the season at 16˚C.
The reason for this fall in both day and night temperatures over Mumbai and its adjoining regions of North Madhya Maharashtra has been attributed to the flow of cool northeasterly winds. These winds are travelling from the nearby cooler regions such as Madhya Pradesh.
Further also, we expect similar weather conditions to continue for the next two to three days. Thereafter, temperatures may fall even more from December 16 and 17, leading to even comfortable days and cooler nights.
In terms of weather activity, we do not expect any rain activity over Mumbai and its nearby areas at least for the next one week or so. However, it is nothing unusual for the city that records least rainfall during the post Monsoon.
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