Rain falls throughout Israel, expected to continue

December 25, 2011 07:02


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Rain fell throughout Israel overnight Saturday and was expected to continue on Sunday and possibly Monday.

Jerusalem received 14mm of rain overnight, while Tel Aviv saw 5.7mm of rainfall. The Negev saw the heaviest showers with 26.4mm, while Haifa experienced only 1.5mm of rain.

Occasional showers from the North to the Negev were expected for Sunday, with snow falling over the Hermon, according to the Israel Meteorological Service. Winds will remain gusty with unseasonably cool temperatures.  There is a risk of flash floods in the Judean Desert and Jordan Valley.

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