Lake Kinneret rise 18 cm., remains 3 m. short of water

December 22, 2012 19:06


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Lake Kinneret (the Sea of Galilee) rose 18 centimeters within 24 hours over the weekend, leaving it three meters and 21 centimeters short of water.

The level of the lake was expected to continue rising over the next day.

The Water Authority said that water levels rose more in the month of December than in any other month in the past ten years. 


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