Climate of Mumbai, Mumbai Weather, Mumbai Climate


Climate of Mumbai is fluctuating one as it is a coastal area and the weather is highly influenced by the presence of Arabian Sea. Generally May is the hottest month of the year and the average temperature remains between 32C- 40C. January is the coldest month in Mumbai and the average temperature remains about 18OC. The proximal distance to the sea lends a humid effect to the weather in Mumbai throughout the year.

Summers season in Mumbai is from April to Mid June followed by monsoon from Mid June to Mid September. The rain in Mumbai is extremely heavy and the annual rainfall of Mumbai is around 200cm. Winter in Mumbai lasts from November to February and during this season the weather of Mumbai is really pleasant. During the winters the temperature varies in between 15-250 C and all these climatic features of Mumbai makes it different from other Indian cities.

The best time to visit Mumbai is in the winters as the city houses numerous tourist attraction along with the cultural highlights. Mumbai is the significant metropolitan city of India and has vibrant mix of colors and shades throughout the year.

Mumbai Weather



Mumbai weather can be categorized into four seasons of summer, winter, monsoon and the withdrawal season. December to February is the winter season, March to May is summer, June to September experiences Monsoon climate while October to December is the withdrawal season.

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Last Updated on 23 March 2011






     


     

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