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Mumbai remains cool as day temperatures drop


MUMBAI: City citizens had been taken via marvel on Friday because the winter kick back continued to stay put all over the day. Even in the afternoon regardless of the solar, the cool and robust winds ensured that the weather remained delightful.


In a first in a decade, the maximum temperatures recorded for the month of February on Friday dropped as low as 24.2 degrees Celsius which used to be virtually seven degrees below customary. The lowest recorded maximum temperatures in the final 10 years used to be of 26.3 degrees which used to be recorded on February 16, 2014.


In case of the IMD Santa Cruz observatory, the maximum temperatures recorded on Friday used to be 24.2 degrees which used to be 6.9 degrees below customary while in case of the IMD Colaba observatory, the maximum temperatures recorded had been 24.5 degrees which used to be four.four degrees below customary.


The minimal temperatures recorded for the day on Wednesday via the IMD Santa Cruz observatory had dropped to 14.four degrees from 17.6 degrees which used to be recorded a day in the past. At 14.four degrees, the minimal temperatures recorded had been virtually 3 degrees below customary. In case of IMD Colaba observatory the minimal temperatures recorded had been 17.6 degrees.


Several Mumbaikars took to social media concerning the cold weather with some on a lighter observe raised questions on whether it used to be more likely to snow now. Another tweeted announcing, "Mumbai's way of celebrating the Valentine week: Weather giving mixed signals," tweeted the care for being_blahblah. It is also recollected that simply on February four earlier this week the maximum temperatures recorded in Mumbai had crossed 35 degrees Celcius.


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