Amid stormy weather, heavy snow falls on Mount Hermon

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 21, 2012 07:45

 
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Mount Hermon will be closed for visitors on Friday after 25 centimeters of snow fell on the ski site overnight, Israel Radio reported.

The stormy weather that hit Israel on Thursday will continue with vigor on Friday. Temperatures are expected to drop and it will be colder than normal.

Flooding might occur in the Judean desert and the Jordan valley.

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