Advertisement

Mumbai Likely To Experience Warmer April Than Usual

Moreover, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has also predicted some pre-monsoon showers in the month April in Mumbai and surrounding areas.

Mumbai Likely To Experience Warmer April Than Usual
SHARES

According to a latest forecast by the India Meteorological Department (IMD), Mumbai is very likely to experience above normal temperatures in the month April.

Besides, along with Mumbai, the rest of the Konkan region is very likely to experience above-normal temperatures during the next four weeks, stated the IMD’s extended range forecast.

On Friday early morning, April 1, Mumbaikars saw a relief from the extreme heat and humidity. Moreover, the weather department has predicted some pre-monsoon showers in April in Mumbai and surrounding areas.

Mumbai’s maximum temperature at the IMD’s Santacruz observatory today was recorded at 32.6 degrees Celsius, one degree below normal. Meanwhile the minimum temperature was recorded at 20.2, which was two degrees below normal from yesterday, March 31, at 22.6 degrees Celsius.

As per the IMD’s seven-day forecast for Mumbai, the daytime temperature could rise to 37 degrees Celsius by April 2, settling to about 34 degrees Celsius by April 6. However, the minimum temperature in the city will range between 22 to 25 degrees Celsius.

It is very certain that April will be a warm month for the Konkan strip, especially after the heatwave conditions which were witnessed in March, said IMD official. However, they also stated that more specific prediction at this rate would not be possible for now.

Mumbai has a 75% to 85% chance of seeing above normal readings of daytime maximum temperature, which shows the IMD’s forecast. The city also has a between 35 to 45% chance of seeing above normal minimum nighttime readings.

Read this story in मराठी
RELATED TOPICS
MumbaiLive would like to send you latest news updates