Dan Region treated to torrential downpour, more on the way

By EHUD ZION WALDOKS
March 8, 2011 19:49

 
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The Water Authority said the most rain was registered in the Dan Region during the downpour on Tuesday morning. The monitoring station at Hiriya measured 54.8 mm and the average was between 30-40 mm.

There was as yet no rise in Lake Kinneret or serious flow in the streams in the North, but especially large amounts of rain are expected over the next two days, the Water Authority said.

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