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  1/28/2013, Shevat 17, 5773

Weather: Rain Starting in the Afternoon in the South


It will be partly cloudy, Monday, with scattered showers starting during the afternoon in the southern and eastern portions of the country, accompanied by the risk of isolated flash floods. In the evening, the rain will spread to the rest of the country, accompanied by isolated thunderstorms. Tuesday's forecast is for scattered light showers between the north and the northern Negev, accompanied by a slight drop in temperature. Occasional rain and isolated thunderstorms are expected in the north and along the Mediterranean coast on Wednesday, getting stronger in the evening, when snow is expected on Mount Hermon, continuing into Thursday when temperatures will drop below normal. Frequent showers and isolated thunderstorms are expected in most other areas on Thursday, accompanied by strong winds. There will be a risk of flash floods in the east and south.

Monday highs:
Jerusalem: 15Celsius/59Fahrenheit; Kinneret/Sea of Galilee: 20C/68F;
Golan Heights, Haifa: 17/63; Tel Aviv: 19/66; Be'er Sheva': 18/64;
Dead Sea, Eilat: 22/72