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Gaza lacks basic civil infrastructure, and an estimated 20,000 homes were destroyed or damaged this summer.
Local authorities say poor infrastructure has led to one billion shekels worth of damage.
The rain is expected to keep falling across the country through Monday, but most of the skies could dry up by the evening hours.
Flurries fall on Golan Heights, Upper Galilee, Gush Etzion; schools in J'lem, North to remain open despite forecast.
By JPOST.COM STAFF, SHARON UDASIN
Up to 10 centimeters of snow is expected to fall on mountain peaks in the country's central and Jerusalem areas.
By SHARON UDASIN, LIDAR GRAVE-LAZI, BEN HARTMAN
Mount Hermon closes following predictions of snowfall as heavy rain sweeps country; temperatures expected to rise by weekend.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Netanyahu radiates sense that he is on top of the situation as storms continue to pummel the country.
By HERB KEINON
IDF helicopters rescue 15 people in Baka al-Gharbiya; Navy helps families escape flood in rubber boats in Hadera.
By SHARON UDASIN
Sewage problems are common for Argazim neighborhood in south TA, as the neighborhood runs alongside a tributary of the Ayalon.
By BEN HARTMAN
Israelis brace themselves for a week of torrential rains, thunderous winds; Modi'in mall flooded; snow expected Wednesday in J'lem.
By SHARON UDASIN, MELANIE LIDMAN AND JPOST STAFF
Temperatures drop across country as scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms expected to continue throughout the day.
Intermittent showers and strong winds experienced with risk of flash flood in southern Wadis; temperatures expected to rise mid-week.
Firefighters are called to flooded retirement home in Haifa; 11 scuba divers are rescued off the Jaffa coast.
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