According to the latest reports, local train services on the Central line from Karjat to CSTM have been hit causing the trains to run 20-25 minutes late owing to fog conditions in the city.
February started on a cooler note for Mumbai due to northerly wind covering Maharashtra. On Tuesday, February 1, the India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) Santacruz observatory registered a three degree fall in minimum temperature to 14.8 degrees Celsius from 17 degrees Celsius.
Apart from this, Tuesday’s minimum temperature was also three degrees under normal. Based on accounts, in the majority of parts of Maharashtra, the temperature is anticipated to fall. In accordance with the IMD’s forecast, the temperature could fall by 2-4 degrees Celsius thereafter.
Towards the end of the week, the minimum and maximum temperatures could fall. In addition to this, a partly cloudy sky has been forecasted commencing from Thursday, February 3 that is anticipated to last till the end of this week.
It has been reported that on Friday, February 4, the minimum temperature is likely to fall to 14 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature could fall to 25 degrees in Mumbai.
Similarly, it has been reported that the mean daily temperature for February will be 31.3 degrees Celsius, while the mean night temperature for February will be 18.2 degrees Celsius.