The Kinneret rose 2 centimeters and is currently 209.98 meters below sea level.
Hurricane Eta, a Category 4 hurricane that killed at least 178 people and left hundreds missing, caused severe damage to the countries of the region, to the road infrastructure and agriculture, and left thousands of refugees in its wake.
When it rains, it pours.
United Hatzalah volunteers have been responding to emergency calls for help throughout the city since the early hours of the morning Wednesday.
The temperatures were cool but not cold.
The heat wave and terror-arsonists have been responsible for some large fires in Israel.
The Sea of Galilee reached a whopping 107.6 degrees Fahrenheit.
Israel experienced an unbelievable spike in the number of times lightning struck the country, amid unseasonably cold and wet weather.
The quake was also felt in Israel, particularly in coastal communities.
Experts are now expecting that in the first week of May the Degania Dam will be opened to prevent flooding.
With extreme drought conditions continuing to intensify, the government of Israel approved a plan in 2018 to pump desalinated water into the lake.
The Kinneret is always at risk of becoming irreversibly salinized by the salt water springs under the lake, which are held in check by the weight of the freshwater on top of them.
If you were planning on a moonlight hike in the Judean Desert or in the Negev – forget it. Don’t do it.
Today and tomorrow are expected to be clear, but the weekend will see the rains returning.
Heavy snow fell on the Hermon mountain overnight, adding 15 centimeters (6 inches) of snow to its lower level, just in time for the thaw.
I am so grateful to Oded Sahar of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority for these images. I could stare at them for hours.
The rains have raised the Kinneret high enough to splash onto the Tiberias boardwalk - for the first time since 1992.
Dammed if you do, dammed if you don't.
The water level of the lake is now standing at just four feet from full capacity.
Over the weekend, Israelis flocked to the western Negev, to grab an eyeful of the annual miracle of the return of the Kalaniot – the red Anemone which paint the desert red each winter after the big rains.
Hammat Tiberias is an archaeological site of thermal baths located in the city of Tiberias.
The current water level is 2.59 meters higher than the lower red line.
Despite all the cold emanating from the weather report, I chose to share with you the rainbow pictures we received from the Israel Nature and Parks Authority this morning.
The IDF censor attempted to squelch reports of the damage after two hangers and the air force base became flooded with 50 million liters of rain.
“Every year, the occupation state deliberately and all of a sudden opens its dams to flood Palestinian agricultural lands, which causes severe losses.”
More than half that volume of water came from just the past 5 days of rain.
Here's a collection of particularly unusual images.
"Moti did not think twice and jumped into the current to save a family he did not know, who were in danger of being trapped under the water."
National and Municipal rescue teams scrambled all across the country to rescue people trapped in the floods.
This is the fifth person to die of drowning caused by the deluge that Israel has been experiencing in the past week.