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Temperature rises amidst the end of southwest monsoons

The temperature in Mumbai and the suburbs are on a rise with the month of October coming to an end.

Temperature rises amidst the end of southwest monsoons
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With the southwest monsoons witnessing a decline in the city, temperatures in Mumbai and the suburbs are on a rise with the month of October coming to an end.

In the last few days, the suburbs experienced a nip in the air as the minimum temperatures dropped to 22 degrees Celsius, a three-degree drop from 25 degrees Celsius the previous day. However, the MeT bureau has clarified that while temperatures have dropped and may remain low for the next couple of days, winter was still at least a month away.

Mumbai experienced a long monsoon season this year. The city, in the next few months, will experience winters, and will not face the heat. However, experts have also warned of seasonal health-related issues which are caused due to the changing environment.

Moreover, on October 27, the Santacruz weather station of the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) clocked a maximum temperature of 33.5 degree Celsius and minimum temperature of 22.2 degrees Celsius which was one degree below the normal temperature of 23 degrees Celsius whereas the Colaba station recorded a maximum temperature of 32.2 degrees Celsius and a minimum temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. However, Mumbai along with other regions of the state might experience showers for a few days in mid-November as per reports.

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