This week, Israel's heat wave won't be worse than any other year

For the first time this summer, temperatures stay near seasonal average for more than one day straight.

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After a long heat wave, Israel's temperatures may drop to the seasonal average and remain there until the beginning of next week.

Wednesday will see a slight drop in temperatures, especially in Israel's inland and mountainous regions. Coastal regions will be muggy.

The heat will be moderate in the mountains, and moderate to oppressive along the coast, in the lowlands, and in the northern Negev. In the eastern valleys and Arava regions, the heat will be extremely oppressive.

Temperatures for Wednesday and Wednesday night are 22-36 degrees Celsius in Kiryat Shmona, 19-31 degrees Celsius in Tzfat, 23-31 degrees Celsius in Haifa, 26-31 degrees in Tel Aviv, 20-31 in Jerusalem, and 22-35 in Be'er Sheva.

Thursday will see an additional slight drop in temperatures, and the heat will become less oppressive, dropping to the seasonal average.

Friday will see a slight rise in temperatures, especially in the mountains and inland areas.

Shabbat (Saturday) is expected t be similar to Friday, with temperatures at approximately seasonal average.