It will be clear to partly cloudy and significantly cooler on Tuesday with a chance of haze in the south and scattered showers in the north. Winds may gust up to 35 kilometers/23 miles an hour, and flash flooding is possible until 10:00 a.m. in river beds of the Negev and Arava. Wednesday's Shavu'ot holiday will be unseasonably cool with scattered showers and a chance of isolated thunderstorms over the north and center, weakening in the afternoon. There's a risk of flash floods in the Judean Desert and Dead Sea area. On Thursday it will be partly cloudy and slightly warmer with isolated light rain until the afternoon. It will be clear to partly cloudy on Friday with additional warming bring temperatures to their seasonal average.
Jerusalem, Haifa: 22Celsius/72Fahrenheit; Golan Heights: 23C/73F;
Kinneret/Sea of Galilee: 30/86; Tel Aviv: 24/75;
Be'er Sheva': 26/79; Dead Sea: 34/93; Eilat: 33/91