Mumbai: Surprise showers drenched Nasik, Satara, Sangli and Kolhapur on Thursday due to a trough (a disturbance) in the easterly winds. Result: It will be cloudy in Mumbai for the next two days. But the clouds have caused the temperature in the city to soar. The minimum temperature recorded on Friday was 23.8 degrees Celsius in Colaba while it was 22.7 degrees Celsius in Santacruz which, the officials from whether bureau said, was two degrees above normal. This cloudy weather may persist for the next 48 hours but it won’t bring any rains to the city, predicted IMD officials. Meanwhile, the disturbance in the easterly winds has now moved from Lakshwadeep to Gujarat which is likely to result in heavy showers in the coastal areas, including Goa.