Mumbai's nearness to the Arabian Sea makes its weather mostly humid year round. However the Mumbai climate has its own pleasant moments specially between October and February when cool breeze and blue skies offer you a soothing welcome. However, we can broadly categorize the Bombay weather into three seasons: Humid, Monsoon and Dry.
Bombay has quite an uncomfortable weather condition between March and
October. It is the time when humidity is at the worst with temperature
hovering around 300C, with a lot of sweating that never dries up.
Mumbai receives the refreshing spell of Monsoon rains that lash the
city during June to September. This is the time when Mumbai has most of
its annual rainfall of 2,200 mm. It is also a period when Mumbai becomes
a floating city with the poor and archaic sewerage system, life comes to
stand still causing immense setback to its economy.
This period of Bombay's weather condition lies between November and
February, distinguished by moderate levels of humidity and warm to cool
weather. Cold Northerly winds catalyzes chill to the weather during
January and February. However this part of season has the most
comfortable climate, relieving you from slimy humidity.