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The storm "Barbara": snow in Kiryat Arba - the cold wave is still ahead Israel today


The weather today is expected to be cold, it will rain occasionally • Tomorrow will be partly cloudy, but still colder than usual • On Friday there will be a slight increase in temperatures

The cold wave will continue in the coming days, but towards the end of the week there will be a slight respite in the rains: 

the weather today will continue to be cold, the rains will gradually weaken, but will still fall from time to time, from the north to the northern Negev.

Light snow fell on the peaks of the northern mountains, and in the morning also on the peaks of the central mountains above 900 meters.

In the Jerusalem area it is possible to have snow in the air only.

In the evening the rain will decrease and the winds will weaken.

It will be very cold at night, and it is expected to be cold

Snow in Bukata in the north, photo: no credit

During the morning, it snowed in several locations throughout the country.

White flakes were seen in settlements in the north, among them Marom Golan and Buketa.

It also snowed in the settlements of Efrat and Kiryat Arba this morning. 

Snow in the settlement of Efrat near Jerusalem, photo: Hanan Greenwood

Tomorrow the weather will be partly cloudy and colder than usual, there may be local rain in the north of the country and in the center, mainly until noon.

At night it will be very cold throughout the country.

On Friday it will be partly cloudy, with a slight increase in temperatures, but it will still be colder than usual, at night it may be cold in the northern part of the country.

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Source: israelhayom

All news articles on 2023-02-07

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