The city of Mumbai usually sees no rains whatsoever after the departure of Southwest Monsoon. Except if a storm makes an appearance over the Arabian Sea and then gives rains over the city of Mumbai. October may still see some rains, but rainfall in November is very low.
However, in a freak weather incident, Mumbai rains may make an appearance between November 5 and 8. These showers will be unseasonal and will not be heavy at all.
Rainfall will be patchy in nature, and light in intensity over the city of Mumbai and its suburbs. Clouding may persist and the city may see a few rainy spells.
These rains will be attributed to a Cyclonic Circulation down south over Comorin region, which is causing Northeast Monsoon rainfall over many parts of South India. This system is shifting towards Arabian Sea.
Moreover, a Circulation is already over Southeast Arabian Sea off Kerala and Karnataka Coast. Both these systems will merge with each other and result in some rains over Mumbai and adjoining areas.