"He gives snow like wool; He scatters hoarfrost like ashes." - Psalms 147:16.
Readers who need an infusion of faith are invited to hop a plane and head for the Western Wall.
The dust is settling, but the mercury is not.
The weekend rains helped again to raise the water level in Lake Kinneret, Israel's drinking reservoir.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat will personally pick the winning Jerusalem snowman.
Winter returned to Israel on Saturday, and Sunday, a week after Jews stopped praying for rain.
In Israel, thousands of families were without power for 24 hours when the sun rose on Monday, courtesy of the first winter storm to hit the Middle East.
Israel was marked by fires, traffic jams and motor vehicle accidents due to the hot, dry summer weather.
The crisis occurred after their vehicles were suddenly stranded in a flash flood in the area, along the southern section of the Dead Sea.
It appears the drought may also be over for this year, though it's not enough water to refill the lake.
One reporter likened the scene -- only 30 miles southwest of Guatemala City, the capital -- to that of Pompei.
Software engineer Yuval Zalmanov set out from Israel with 17 Maxtech radio units and trained emergency crews in using the technology.
The Police asked the public avoid locations where security forces are carrying out weather-related operations, because it "could endanger the lives of the curious and interfere with the activity of the forces."
IEC management appealed to the Haifa District Labor Court with a complaint that their workers’ committee was sabotaging the functioning of the company in a time of crisis.
“At this time the soldiers are wrapping up rescue operation and will continue to search for those who are still missing to the best of their ability as the weather conditions permit in the area of the flood zone.”
Florida Gov. Rick Scott: "Millions will lose power, possibly for a long period of time... Evacuate, evacuate, evacuate."
A 3.7 magnitude earthquake was felt along the Sea of Galilee on Friday, at 11:51 AM.
Two 4.1 earthquakes were felt up north early Wednesday morning.
Israel is overdue for "the big one" -- a major earthquake is expected in the region about every 80 to 100 years.
Israel's last major earthquake struck in 1927, killing 130 in Jerusalem, but there are many minor quakes each year.
Heavy snow forces the Hermon ski slopes to close; Kinneret rises, but slowly.
Rain at the rate of 4 inches an hour turned the port city into a sea without a port.
The rains in Israel have finally begun, for real.
In 2014, Dell donated $1.8 million to the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces.
The storm predicted for Thursday and Friday will wallop the north, which has been drying up this winter.