Mumbai
This week in Mumbai started with a harsh winter. The lowest temperature of the season was recorded twice this January, but now Mumbaikars will have to avoid this cold, as meteorologists have predicted the departure of cold from Mumbai in the next two days. The meteorological department has blamed the change in wind direction for this.

Let me tell you that it has been very cold in Mumbai for the last few days. The minimum temperature dropped to 13.4 degrees. Now the temperature has started rising. The minimum temperature recorded at the Santa Cruz and Colaba observatories on Wednesday was 15 degrees Celsius, which rose on Thursday. The same sequence continued on Friday. The minimum temperature rose to 3 degrees on Thursday. On Thursday, the Santa Cruz Observatory recorded a low of 17.2 degrees Celsius, while the Colaba Observatory recorded a low of 18.5 degrees Celsius.

The city’s minimum temperature rose two degrees on Friday
Friday saw a two-degree rise in minimum temperatures. The minimum temperature at the Santa Cruz Observatory was recorded at 19 degrees Celsius on Friday. The maximum temperature has now crossed 30 degrees with the minimum temperature mercury. The maximum temperature was recorded at 30.6 degrees Celsius in Colaba and 32 degrees Celsius in Santa Cruz on Friday. The maximum temperature at the beginning of the week was 23 degrees Celsius. Mahesh Palavat, chief scientist at Sky Met, a private meteorological organization, said a western disturbance was forming on January 29. As a result of which the cold air flow from north to south will now weaken and the hot air flow from southeast will become stronger, in which case the temperature will rise. Due to which the cold will gradually decrease in Mumbai.

The air in Mumbai is improving
After five days, the air in Mumbai has improved. Overall air quality in Mumbai has been good as compared to Delhi on Friday. On Friday, Mumbai’s overall air was recorded in the medium range with an AQI of 183. While Delhi’s AQI was 193. On Friday, air quality at Bhandup, Colaba, Worli, Borivali and BKC monitoring stations except Malad, Chembur and Mazgaon was recorded in moderate range. While Mazagon’s air quality was recorded in the extremely poor range with 344 AQI.

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