Heavy overnight rainfall makes Kinneret rise by 3.5 cm.

November 26, 2014 09:07


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The heavy overnight rains throughout the country helped Lake Kinneret (the Sea of Galilee) rise slightly by 3.5 cm.

It now stands at 212.83 meters below sea level, only 17 cm. below the Kinneret's red line.

Rains hit the country's center the hardest, with between 60 and 100 mm. of water in areas.

In the Galilee and Golan Heights, there were 30 mm. of rain.

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