After an abundant rain hit Israel over the last weekend, the Water Authority announced that the level of its waters reached its full capacity, marking a record since 2004.
The Degania Dam is expected to be partially opened at the beginning of May in order to prevent flooding.
They say that the level reached by Lake Kinneret in any year reflects the national mood.
Despite advanced desalination and wastewater treatment technology, the drought is taking a toll even on Israel's most fertile regions.
Givati stressed the importance of ensuring that the lake’s shores have proper signage, warning bathers to be aware of the conditions, particularly when there are strong easterly winds.
Motorist escapes unharmed from rare combustion near Lake Kinneret.
Emek Hayarden Regional Council, Water Authority spar on best method to convey water to Jordan.
Beach accessible to the disabled
Daniel Pipes to ‘Post’: Only Israel, with its cutting-edge scientific prowess, can offer assistance to the region.
Lake's water level stood at 211.81 meters below sea level as of Monday morning.