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And the Rain, Rain, Rain, Came Down, Down, Down…

Rain in Herziliya

The rainstorms that began over the weekend in Israel have only intensified, with strong winds of up to 100 kilometers per hour in Jerusalem, overflowing rivers in Tel Aviv, overturned parked mopeds in Efrat, closed roads around the country, and snow on parts of the Hermon mountain.

Jerusalemites are eagerly anticipating the possibility of snow on Tuesday or Wednesday.

The Herzliya train station is closed due to flooding, and on Sunday, seven people had to be rescued from a trapped elevator in the station.

And Baruch Hashem, the Kinneret is only going up.

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2 Responses to “And the Rain, Rain, Rain, Came Down, Down, Down…”

  1. Chaiya Eitan says:

    Right now it's blowing outside like right before Dorothy got picked up and flew to the Land of Oz!

  2. Eric Waits says:

    Praying always for the Shalom of Israel, and so looking forward to the return of our Lord and Saviour Yeshua Messiah…shalomshalom.

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