It will be partly cloudy to cloudy on Monday with haze possible and Sharav heat extremes in most places. There's a high fire index in the center of the country, the northern Negev, the northern mountains and the Hula Valley. It will be mostly cloudy on Tuesday with the unseasonably warm and dry weather continuing until the afternoon, when winds are expected to pick up, accompanied by a drop in temperatures and haze. Additional cooling is expected on Wednesday under partly cloudy to cloudy skies. Starting after noon there is a chance of isolated showers and a slight risk of flash flooding in eastern and southern wadis. An additional drop in temperature on Thursday will make it cooler than usual under mostly cloudy skies. Occasional showers are expected, along with flash floods in the eastern and southern wadis.
Jerusalem: 33Celsius/91Fahrenheit; Golan Heights: 36C/97F;
Kinneret/Sea of Galilee, Eilat: 40/104; Haifa, Tel Aviv: 34/93;
Be'er Sheva', Dea Sea: 39/102