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On Friday forecasters in Israel are predicting thunderstorms and hail from the north to the northern Negev, with more snow at Mount Hermon.
The winter weather hasn't yet let up in Israel, with snow in the north and rain in the central and southern regions.
Northern Israel is under a blanket of white, while residents of the northern Negev are dealing with rain, wind and muddy floors.
A winter wonderland in the Golan Heights and rainy weather in the rest of Israel is a blessing that will help fill Lake Kinneret with much-needed water.
The first winter storm of the season snapped some power lines in Jerusalem, brought down trees and damaged cars.
Four people have been arrested in connection with at least one of the fires that have raged across the country.
Israeli group in Haiti helping children the day after Hurricane Matthew barrels through. Death toll is close to 900.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott: "Millions will lose power, possibly for a long period of time... Evacuate, evacuate, evacuate."
Israel was marked by fires, traffic jams and motor vehicle accidents due to the hot, dry summer weather.
As always, though, the heart and soul of the parade were the marching bands, singing groups, and hundreds of day schools and organizations representing virtually all segments of the Jewish community.
Firefighters were busy in the forested hills around Jerusalem as high temperatures and dry air made it easy for flames to ignite in the trees.
The extreme heat wave in Israel has affected hundreds of people; Israelis are urged to remember to keep drinking water.
Canadian and Israeli Jews are organizing to help residents fleeing a wildfire in Fort McMurray.
Be'er Sheva's newest mall was apparently also its most vulnerable -- part of the roof caved in to the rain.
Snow has begun to fall on Mount Hermon; rain, wind and flash floods are forecast elsewhere in Israel.
Lake Kinneret is a little ‘under the weather’ these days, according to Israel's Water Authority.
The storm predicted for Thursday and Friday will wallop the north, which has been drying up this winter.
Tornadoes and a blizzard have struck northern and western Texas, killing at least eight people.