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Although the Galilee and the northern Golan Heights experienced extremely cold temperatures, only a few centimeters of snow piled up.
By tomorrow morning, Jerusalemites could be waking up to see snow on the ground, with 5 to 10 centimeters of it throughout the day, says The Israel Meteorological Service
Rare rain and hail hit Jerusalem as Israel experiences the coldest, wettest April in years.
The northern part of the country becomes a white wonderland as the rest of the country gets drenched with rain.
By SHARON UDASIN
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
Defying war's daily death count, blizzards and plummeting temperatures still wrack fighters and refugees alike.
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