As per IMD's seven-day forecast. the Maximum City will witness a minimum reading between 18°C & 19°C.
After witnessing the season's coldest winter morning on Sunday, unusual chills continue to prevail in Mumbai brought by western disturbances and unseasonal rains. A report of the Indian Meteorological Department has forecasted a further dip in the mercury here, stretching the winter wave until January 12. Both maximum and minimum temperatures will remain below normal until then. Check out the full forecast here:
Minimum temperature to hover between 18-19°C
An officer of the regional meT office pointed out that there may be a second winter disturbance in Mumbai in a few days. The phenomenon is expected to bring short but intense showers to the metropolitan area and satellite regions, consequently, tipping the temperature to an temperature is likely to dip more.
This moves in line with the Indian Meteorological Department weekly forecast of Mumbai; the Maximum City will witness a minimum reading between 18°C and 19°C. On the other hand, the maximum temperature in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region will balance around 28°C during the next 7 days.
Notably, Mumbai marked the coolest winter morning of this season on January 9, with mercury lowering as low as 18.2°C on Sunday. Apart from this, the Santacruz weather station also reported that the metropolitan city witnessed record-high rainfall for the month in the last ten years. Notably, from 8:30 AM on Saturday to 8:30 AM on Sunday, the IMD observatory at Santacruz recorded 4.1mm of rain.