World Wide Weather Extreme Records for the Year 2013....See on International Page
Mumbai has its own share of micro-climates depending on the distance from the sea.
As one goes inland from the sea , the extremes and the already heavy monsoon rainfall increases further (AVERAGES FOR 2013)->
A)* 45 kms inland from the coast (Badlapur-Karjat region)-
Jan : 31 /12 , May:36 /25 , Jul : 27 /23 , Nov : 33 / 19 .. Rains : 400 cms
Lowest temp: 9 c , Highest temp : 41 c
Humidity is comparatively less than the places near the coast during non-monsoon months..
Records 35 c + avg.temp from Mar - May ..
(* Temp courtesy for this region : Abhijit Modak)
B) 4 kms inland from the coast :Mumbai Airport - SCZ (near Juhu)-
Jan : 31 /15 , May:34 /26 , Jul : 29 /24 , Nov : 34 / 21.5 .. Rains : 252 cms
Lowest temp: 10.4 c , Highest temp : 40.5 c
C) By the sea at the southernmost tip : Mumbai Colaba-
The most humid part of the city ..
Jan : 29 /19 , May:34 /28 , Jul : 29 /25 , Nov : 33 / 24 .. Rains : 244 cms
Lowest temp: 16 c , Highest temp : 38.6 c
THE CITY IS ONE OF THE DRIEST REGIONS OF THE COUNTRY FROM MID-OCT TO MAY ..
IT IS THE WETTEST CITY IN THE WORLD OF ITS SIZE FROM JUN - SEP..
(CLICK DIAGRAM TO ENLARGE FOR 2013 MONTHWISE WEATHER AVG. OF CLB AND SCZ)