Is the hard drive dying fast? Temperature value SMART is going down fast in minutes

I need to know if it is normal or it is dying and I will lose the data before saving it, from 65 it is running in minutes to 59 (decimal value) and it keeps going down on, that and other hard drives of that model WD Gold 18TB. They are cold, 31 to 35 degrees Celsius.

Ok, I update: I think it has to do with the fact that the hard disk wants to work in very low temperatures of 20-odd degrees, because at 32 degrees Celsius it’s 63, if 34/35 is 60/59, and the lower the temperature the decimal value rises to 65.

Never happened to me with other hard drives, it’s a bit absurd, but it needs to work between 28 and 30 degrees (Celsius) to keep the value of 65.