According to the Meteo Tech Center, Sunday is expected to be partly cloudy. There will also be a drop in temperatures and they will be slightly lower than average for the autumn period. In addition, heat loads will ease and localized rain is possible. Travelers are advised to pay attention to warnings, as there is a slight risk of flooding in the eastern streams.
In Jerusalem, the temperature will range between 17°C and 24°C, while in Tel Aviv it is expected to be between 23°C and 28°C with relatively low humidity compared to the coastal plain. In Beersheba, the capital of the Negev, temperatures will range from 20 to 28 degrees, and in Haifa between 22 and 28 degrees, with relatively low humidity.
All-time high in the number of travelers during last year's Sukkot holiday / / Tamar Avdat, Israel Nature and Parks Authority
Waves are expected to range in height from 50cm to 140cm, with winds gusting at 30km/h.
Tomorrow (Monday) is expected to be partly cloudy. Localized rain will occasionally fall in the north and center of the country. There will still be a slight risk of flooding in the eastern streams, and temperatures will be below average for the period, especially in the mountains. On Tuesday, no noticeable change in weather and temperatures is expected.
During Chol Hamoed Sukkot, masses of Israelis are expected to travel around the country. Already on Saturday, some 90,5 travelers visited the nature reserves and national parks. In addition, more than 000,<> people spent the eve of Sukkot in the overnight parking lots, including Maayan Harod, Horshat Tal and Achziv.
Many spent the eve of the holiday there. Hiking in Horshat Tal, Photo: Eyal Margolin/Ginny
Gathering in the sukkah
In honor of the holiday, the Nature and Parks Authority placed kosher sukkots at all sites that absorb the public, in order to allow those who so desire the observance of the mitzvah of sitting in the sukkah even during the nature walk. At the same time, the Nature Authority asks travelers to protect themselves and nature.
The authority asks travelers to collect waste, including wipes and toilet paper, so as not to cause harm to wildlife. Travelers were also urged to avoid burning papers for fear of fires, and to keep their distance from wildlife.
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