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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.
North and Center to experience showers throughout day, snow expected to fall over Mt, Hermon.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Weather forecasters said heatwave would be temporary, predicting seasonal temperatures and rain later this week.
Melting snows in Golan expected to contribute to further rise of lake; weather forecasted to warm up rest of week.
Dangerous winds topple trees on power lines, heavy rains, sleet, snow hit the country.
By SHARON UDASIN AND JERUSALEM POST STAFF
110 kph winds cause injuries, cut power in cities throughout the country; snow falls on the Hermon.
Lake Kinneret rises 16 cm in weekend storms; Kiryat Arba, Hebron close schools due to snow; Golan sees 120 mm of precipitation.
Jerusalem received no snowfall after extensive municipal preparations; travelers advised to avoid the Golan, Judean desert.
Cold weather and rain expected to continue throughout weekend; Jerusalem prepares for snow.
First weekend in February sees rising temperatures and a drop in humidity after a rainy January - perfect hiking weather.
We still are in drought mode, with the Kinneret, as of this writing, remaining 5.46 meters lower than the optimum upper red line, and just 0.61 meters higher than the historic lowest water level.
By STEWART WEISS
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