10 cm. of snow reported on Mount Hermon

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December 12, 2010 09:38

 
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Storm wind blew through much of Israel on Sunday, with snow falling on Mount Hermon in the Golan Heights and heavy rain in the Galilee.

At the site of the Mount Hermon 10 cm. of snow was reported on the ground with the entire site covered in white powder, according to an Army Radio report. The site managers hope to open the slopes to skiers later in the week.

Snow is expected to reach the peaks of the mountains in the Galilee later in the the day.

Sandstorms were reported in the South with rain expected to appear in that region later in the day.

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