The financial capital of the country, Mumbai in Maharashtra is experiencing dry and warm since the beginning of March. In fact, the normal average rainfall for Mumbai during the month of March is 0.1 mm.
At present, dry winds are prevailing over entire Maharashtra region. During coming period, an upper air trough will be developing over coastal areas of South Gujarat and adjoining areas Coastal Maharashtra.
Due to this trough, clouding is expected to increase over Mumbai city and adjoining areas, which may result in very light rain for short period over Mumbai and its suburbs such as Thane, Kalyan, Vashi, Navi Mumbai, Sanpada and Virar.
Yesterday, Mumbai (Santacruz) recorded its maximum temperature at 32˚, followed by minimum temperature at 20.2˚C. Now day temperatures over the city will remain between 28˚C to 29˚C. Meanwhile, night temperatures will hover between 21˚C to 22˚C.
After 24 hours, as the trough will weaken and become less marked, once again dry and warm weather conditions will prevail over the city and adjoining regions. Moreover, clouding will decrease, and temperatures will start rising.
In the wake of increasing moisture over the city, the pollution levels over Moisture will also increase. Currently, most parts of Mumbai such as Colaba, Worli, BKC, Chembur and Andheri are observing their AQI under moderate to satisfactory category.
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