Tuesday is Election Day and the weather is expected to be sunny and clear, with the temperature a bit warmer.
Hurricane Dorian was the most powerful hurricane to hit the Bahamas in the country's history.
At least 20 people have died in the Bahamas as a result of the devastation wreaked by Dorian, and the death toll is expected to rise as rescuers continue their work.
IsraAID’s Emergency Response team will initially distribute urgent relief supplies, offer psychological first aid and deploy water filters to restore access to drinking water.
Just before the hurricane hit the Bahamas, one hardy soul engraved in the sand a message: "Send Beer."
"Leaving nothing to chance" and making a "final inspection to ensure generator function" before Dorian reaches Puerto Rico.
As the sun began to set, firefighters were still battling to get control of the flames in most areas but the good news was that there were no injuries to report.
The flight included 103 children under the age of 17, 21 medical professionals, three sets of twins, and a 28-day-old baby.
Fifteen fire and rescue teams from Jerusalem, Beit Shemesh and surrounding stations coordinated operations to fight the blaze.
It should be noted that in addition to being an Israeli record, 54 degrees Celsius is also a record for the entire continent of Asia.
Officials were clear that there was no immediate danger and that the fire had not reached the campus in any area.
Fires broke out at numerous locations around the Jewish State due to extremely high temperatures and dry conditions in the region. It's not yet clear whether arson terror has played a part in the fires.
The Israel Fire and Rescue Services Dept. has declared an emergency situation, canceling all firefighter vacations. All firefighters were asked to report for duty.
The mass blazes caused the displacement of thousands and the destruction of dozens of homes is suspected to be an act of arson.
Rivlin: “We have seen events of this kind in development countries and there are usually casualties or loss of life.”
"We are preparing with all our might for the morning when the strong winds will resume and there is a fear that the fire will also resume strongly."
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Israel's Firefighting Commission has banned people from lighting fires outdoors "while these conditions prevail at reserves and parks in Israel.”
IsraAID's water, sanitation & hygiene, protection, and medical programs have directly reached more than 9,500 people.
With eight inches already on the ground and snow expected to continue to fall throughout the day, the Hermon ski-resort management closed the site to visitors, on Sunday
The stream originates from the springs in the Marjayoun valley in southern Lebanon.
Since the beginning of the current rainy season, the Sea of has Galilee recorded a total increase of 2.225 meters (7.299854 ft.).
The Kinneret’s level climbed by 71 CM (30 inches) in the past month and a total of two meters since the beginning of the winter (79 inches).
On its way, the hour-old river sweeps everything in its path.
In northern Israel, the groundwater reservoirs are also reported to be “completely filled,” according to the Water Authority.
The Dead Sea has a weaker UVB radiation, and the air has a higher oxygen content as compared to oxygen concentration at sea level.
This is the first time in two years that the Kinneret's water level has risen above the Lower Red Line.
A particularly rainy winter has raised its level by nearly 4.9 feet.
The Israel Nature and Parks Authority has warned hikers not to enter or cross streams and riverbeds – nor should drivers – until water levels from rain in the region recede completely.
Palmachim Beach is one of the few remaining stretches of a wild coastline in the center of Israel.
The remains of Crocodilopolis, a city established there in the fourth century BCE, are still visible today.