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Weather becomes pleasant in Mumbai, cold may increase further in the city

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Mumbai: After a day of light rain in Mumbai on Saturday, the weather in the city has taken a turn. The weather in Mumbai has turned pleasant with mild cold. The city has recorded a drop in temperature in the morning and evening along with winds. It is being told that the temperature in Mumbai will drop further and the city may get cold in the coming days.

According to a report, the coldest day of the season was recorded in Mumbai on Monday with 13.2 degrees Celsius. According to the data of India Meteorological Department (IMD) – Mumbai, the temperature has dropped after the sudden rain in the city on Saturday. Mumbai recorded the lowest minimum temperature in January at 13.2 degrees Celsius. Earlier in 2013, the city recorded a minimum temperature of 10.4 degrees Celsius, the lowest in a decade.

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In fact, the weather remained cold in the city on Monday morning, but by the end of the afternoon, the weather in Mumbai became normal as usual. According to another report, both the day and night temperatures recorded by the IMD from Colaba and Santa Cruz remained very low. The rainfall recorded by the IMD Colaba observatory was 0.8 mm in 24 hours at 8.30 am on Sunday, while the IMD Santa Cruz observatory recorded 4.1 mm of rain. The 4 mm of rain recorded was also the highest January rainfall recorded in a decade.

According to the report, the Meteorological Department said that the maximum temperature recorded by the IMD Santa Cruz Observatory on Sunday was 26.7 degrees Celsius, which was 4.5 degrees below normal. The day temperature on Sunday was the second lowest maximum temperature recorded in the city after 2015.

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