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Another Winter Storm In Israel

As the winter months draw to a close, the Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) continues to fill, rising two centimeters since Tue.17 March 2020. As of the following morning, the Kinneret's water level stood at 209 meters and 44 centimeters below sea level, and just 64 centimeters from maximum capacity. Wed. was mostly cloudy. During the morning hours, there was local rainfall from northern Israel to the northern Negev. The rains lessened during the day, while harsh winds continued to blow. Temperatures will drop to lower than the seasonal average. Thursday will see intermittent rainfall in northern and central Israel. There may be thunderstorms in northern Israel. Harsh winds will blow, and temperatures will remain below the seasonal average. Friday will bring intermittent rainfall in northern and central Israel, and there may be isolated thunderstorms. Local rains will fall in the northern Negev. Snow will fall on Mount Hermon, and there may also be snow in the northern Golan Heights. Temperatures will remain lower than average, and there is a chance of flooding in the Jordan Valley, The Judean Desert, and Dead Sea areas. (Arutz-7)

"He has shown kindness by giving you rain from heaven and crops in their seasons; he provides you with plenty of food and fills your hearts with joy.” Acts 14:17