Erratic spring weather to continue well into the weekend

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May 24, 2016 23:21

 
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It's been a whirlwind week of weather, ranging from extreme heatwaves to rain—and the days to come may not be any different.

In contrast to the recent heatwave, temperatures on Wednesday are expected to rise but remain unseasonably low, according to the Israel Meteorological Service's forecasts. On Thursday, the IMS expects weather to keep on rising to the point of being "unseasonably warm," with most of the country to see highs in the 30s.

However a weekend chill is expected to quickly take place of the heat. Temperatures are expected to drop once again on Friday, becoming colder than usual for the season with light rain expected in the northern part of the nation.

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