Min Temp Sees A Sharp Dip Of 6 Degrees, May Slide Tonight
The Times of India Mumbai|January 25, 2022
Mumbai: The minimum temperature saw a sharp dip of 6 degrees Celsius on Monday. The forecast for Tuesday is that the minimum will dip to 14 degrees.
Richa.Pinto

The minimum recorded by the Met’s Santacruz observatory was 15 degrees Celsius while it had been at 21 degrees on Sunday. The minimum recorded at the Colaba observatory on Monday was 16.2 degrees Celsuis.

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