Israel headed to hot elections as spring begins

Israel faces rising temperatures in the upcoming week as spring officially begins on Sunday, Ynet reported.
Tuesday, Election Day, is expected to be much hotter than usual, with Haaretz predicting sand storms in the South and showers in the North and center of the country at nightfall. The intense heat is expected to break at noon. 
Sunday is expected to be sunny, with temperatures in Tel Aviv being between 23-27 degrees Celsius, Jerusalem between 20-26 and Haifa between 19-26.  
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