Mercury levels are set to dip today and on April 14
Both plains and mountains have borne the brunt of the heat this year. Parts of Rajasthan have reported temperatures of 45 degree celsius
The weather department has said that on April 12 and April 14 mercury levels are likely to sink. This would provide the much needed relief
The mountainous states of North India are likely to witness cloudy skies and scattered rains between April 12 and April 14. This is because a western disturbance is approaching Jammu and Kashmir on April 12
However parts of Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand in isolated pockets, West Vidarbha, parts of UP, Jammu Division, Saurashtra, Himachal Pradesh and Punjab and Haryana are likely to witness heatwaves
Stray thunder is likely to occur in Malabar Coast, Lakshadweep, coastal Tamil Nadu and parts of North East
Parts of Karnataka likely to witness dense fog in the morning
Due to the pulse of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) suppression mode,an overall, dry weather conditions will continue until the next week at the least.