The Mumbaikars are not habitual of chilling winters as the temperature over there remains moderately hot in the winter season as well. So it was quite a big surprise for them when they were greeted with a cold climate on Thursday morning as they woke up.
The weather department has already declared this month of January as the coldest January in the last decade as the maximum temperature has gone down to 25.3 degree Celsius which is six degrees lower than the normal temperature. As per Mumbai Mirror, on Friday morning, the temperature of the city was 11.4 degrees Celsius which is the lowest minimum temperature of Mumbai for January after the year 2013.
The Mumbaikars didn’t miss the chance of expressing their feelings on the social media networks, especially on Twitter, after winter suddenly knocked their doors. As a result, #MumbaiWinters trended on the micro-blogging site and netizens stormed Twitter with hilarious memes and GIFs, showing how the residents of the city are feeling and dealing with the sudden change in climate.
Here are some of the selected tweets:
— Geetika Chavan (@geetikachavan) January 16, 2020
— Tweetera🐦 (@DoctorrSays) January 17, 2020
— नतद्रष्ट™ 🙇 (@Sumedh_SRP) January 17, 2020
Delhities to Mumbaikars
" your minimum temperature is more than our max temperature" 😁 #mumbaiwinter
— Partha Sarathi Das (@ParthaCFC) January 17, 2020
— N (@NiteenSahni) January 17, 2020
— Bawaal (@OnlyBawaal) January 17, 2020
— FilterKaape (@FilterKaape) January 17, 2020
Freezing point of WATER is 0°c.
Freezing point of MUMBAI is 15°c.
— Gaurav Saxena ⛳⛳ (@Gau_Saxena) January 17, 2020
Mumbaikar- It's extremely cold in Mumbai. Bahut struggle karna pad raha hai is thandi me.
— Ajinkya Barge🇮🇳🇮🇳 (@TheReal_Ajinkya) January 17, 2020
Chai Coffee Hot chocolate
Sleep wala weather. #MumbaiWinter
— .-. — …. .. – (@Shimographer) January 17, 2020
— Sarcastic 🇮🇳 (@Gauravbramhane1) January 17, 2020
— Akshay Bhosle (@Akki_talks) January 17, 2020
Temperature drops to 17 degrees Mumbaikars be like: this is the end of the world!
Meanwhile Punekars: "Aao kabhi haveli pe"
— purvaaa⁷ (@__purvaaa__) January 17, 2020
— Praky (@pratiksheth1989) January 17, 2020
Mumbai has never been very cold and the minimum temperature that was experienced by the residents was 7.4 degrees Celsius and that too almost 60 years back on 22 January, 1962.
On the other hand, the states of North India are experiencing cold waves as there is snowfall in many hilly regions. The temperature in many parts of North India has gone into single digit while in some areas, it is near or lesser than zero as well.
Well, this is a good chance for the residents of Mumbai to experience winters, so have a great time.