Despite the difficulties experienced by some, Wednesday night’s heavy snowfall brought something light along with it.
Snow is a uniquely beautiful equalizer for all Jerusalem's inhabitants.
A major annoyance for some, it’s an ethereal delight for others – hearkening back to childhoods filled with sleds, hot chocolate and snowballs.
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From snowmen in the Gan Sacher to a spectacular view from the top of the Mount of Olives, have a look at The Jerusalem Post's pictures of such a special day.
The relatively rare meteorological annoyance or delight – depending on how you look at it – of a snowstorm could be arriving at a perfect time for us.
It is still unclear exactly how strong the snowfall will be in Jerusalem.
Meteorologists stressed that it's still too early for any certainty, as the different models are still unclear and very fragile.
The Jerusalem municipality declared the snow event over and announced that schools will open as usual on Thursday.
Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lion will hold a briefing about the snowfall possibility on Tuesday.