Lake Kinneret rose for the first time since April on Thursday morning – by 1 centimeter – as a direct result of ongoing rains, the Water Authority said.
The Kinneret's water level is now 211.40 meters below sea level, 2.6 meters from full capacity. After an arid month of November, storms over Israel for the past few days have contributed to the rise.
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