Israelis flocked to beaches Saturday as the weather continued to warm, tempered by clouds.
Temperatures reached 25 degrees in Tel Aviv, 26 degrees in Jerusalem, and 31 degrees in Beersheba. The hottest spot in the country was the Dead Sea, with temperatures reaching 33 degrees during the course of the day.
The country was expected to cool with the start of the new week, according to the Israel Meteorological Service, with humidity rising and possible light drizzling.
The forecast indicates that the warm weather will pick up again Tuesday, with a significant rise in temperatures mountains and inland regions.
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