The Israel Nature and Parks Authority on Thursday issued flood warning and safety rules in light of the weather forecast which predicts floods in the country's southern and eastern rivers.
The Water Authority's recent models for the autumn indicate a chance of yet another drought year.
At least 62 people were confirmed dead by early Tuesday and a total of two million people were affected in what is being called the biggest eruption of the volcano in 40 years.
The trip organizers wrote: "Don't worry, we are well prepared for the trip, and the course has it coordinated with the appropriate authorities. It will be fun, wet, and full of great memories."
The tank was successfully rescued and there were no casualties as a result of the incident, other than a few bruised egos.
The rains of the last few weeks have improved the seasonal rainfall, and the rabbinate has changed its directive and ordered the chazan to no longer say the special prayer for rainfall.
Israel's Thursday weather is expected to continue to be particularly wintry.
A new infrastructure project will pump water back into the Kinneret, saving the Sea of Galilee and the Galil.
As soon as Israeli Jews began asking for rain in the Amidah prayer on Friday, it started raining.
Miraculously, the Jewish texts which have withstood almost 2,000 years of exile, have stood up to Houston's flood waters.
In 2014, Dell donated $1.8 million to the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces.
“It was really hashgacha pratis [divine providence] because we had all this food, a lot more supplies than we usually have on hand, so we were able to make dinner” for many more people."