Israelis to vote amid sunny skies on Election Day

January 21, 2013 18:26


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As Israel's citizens head to the polls on Tuesday, they will be showered in sunshine and unseasonably warm temperatures all over the country.

Clear to partly cloudy skies will cover the country with very dry air, the Israel Meteorological Services (IMS) reported. Temperatures are expected to reach a high of 24 degrees Celsius in Tel Aviv, 22 degrees in Jerusalem, 21 degrees in Haifa, 26 degrees in Beersheba and 25 degrees in Eilat.

While the country's North will likewise begin Election Day with unseasonably warm temperatures morning, the region's weather will also feature strong winds until midday, with colder, moister air entering the area by the afternoon, the IMS data said.

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