This year the rain that usually comes to Israel in its "season" on Sukkot did not wait, and arrived instead on Rosh Hashana.
It is going to be a very windy Independence Day. Snow will fall on the upper slopes of the Hermon.
Israelis are hunkering down as another winter storm brings high winds and snow to the north and central regions; rain and freezing temps in the south.
"He gives snow like wool; He scatters hoarfrost like ashes." - Psalms 147:16.
Even residents in Kfar Saba and upper Haifa may see snow, which also may fall on Ben Gurion Airport.
The current cold spell is expected to continue this week, weather forecasters said Sunday. There may be snowfall in Jerusalem on Thursday.
Sunday evening is...
Rain, rain, don’t go way, we prayed for it and will gladly get wet anyway.
The Kinneret rose 2 cm yesterday, and 4.5 centimeters in the past 3 days.
The Kinneret rose 2.5 cm, just in the past 2 days.
Heavy snow will fall mainly in the north by mid-week, but even lower hills can expect at least a dusting.
Some of these Gazan tunnels were estimated to have cost $3 million to construct, but will they sustain continued flooding by rain and sewer water?
Sometimes we get what we pray for.
Starting the 7th of Cheshvan in the Jewish calendar, Jews in Israel will start inserting the formal request for rain in the 9th blessing of the Amidah prayer.
It's raining today in Jerusalem, the first major rain storm of the new year.
Stormy, we were expecting, one way or another, but a lot of rain will be a blessing.
The sun peeked out just long enough Thursday for Israelis to see the flooding caused by the “sound and light show” Wednesday night.
The Heavens re-opened Wednesday night with winds and a downpour that caused flooding nationwide and has continued into Thursday.
Over the Rainbow and Israel
A Jerusalem woman is trying to hold on to her umbrella while withdrawing some cash at a Meah Shearim ATM, Sunday, March 9, 2014.
When a Muslim king asks the Jews to pray for rain you know that the world is not so out of kilter.
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