Over the next three days, Mumbai is expected to experience chilly weather, with temperatures dropping between 2 and 3 degrees Celsius both day and night.
Mumbai residents have been enjoying beautiful weather since temperatures dropped last weekend. The lowest temperature in Seoul on Tuesday was 19.8 degrees Celsius and the highest was 33 degrees Celsius. The wind continued to blow at 11-14 km/h.
According to the forecast from the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the city’s lowest temperatures are expected to be around 16 degrees Celsius on February 1, around 17 degrees Celsius on February 2, and around 18 degrees Celsius on February 3.
Mahesh Palawat of Skymet Weather Services said, “Minimum temperatures are expected to drop by 3-4 degrees Celsius. The top temperature also drops slightly. And after 3 days, the temperature is expected to rise again. After the western disturbance passed, cold, cold winds, usually from the north and northwest, swept across central India. They reach as far as northern Maharashtra and northern Konkan and Goa.”
Other Maharashtrian cities saw a surge in temperatures on Tuesday compared to last week. The highest temperature recorded in Pune was 30.6 degrees Celsius and the lowest temperature was 14.4 degrees Celsius. Nashik reported a high of 29.8 degrees Celsius and a low of 14.5 degrees Celsius.
Maximum temperature (oC) (recorded on 23/01/02) – 34.0
Normal start (oC) – 3
Minimum temperature (oC) (record. 02/02/23) – 24.8
Normal start (oC) – 7