Storm causes millions of shekels of damage in Upper Galilee

Hundreds of people visited Mount Hermon at the beginning of this week, as the ski season opened earlier than usual.

The conditions were excellent for skiing and snowboarding on mount Hermon.
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National police commissioner Yohanan Danino visited the Upper Galilee on Sunday to see the damage wrought by last week’s stormy weather, the Local website reported. Communities in the region evaluated the damage at millions of shekels.

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