Heat wave to break on Wednesday

Temperatures drop to seasonal average, heat becomes less oppressive.

Arutz Sheva Staff,

Sunny day in Jerusalem
Sunny day in Jerusalem
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After nearly a week of suffocating heat, Israel's temperatures will drop and the oppressive heat will lessen.

On Wednesday and Wednesday night, temperatures are expected to be 22-34 degrees Celsius (71.6-93.2 degrees Fahrenheit) in Kiryat Shmonah, 18-29 degrees Celsius (64.4-84.2 degrees Fahrenheit) in Tzfat, 22-36 degrees (64.4-96.8) in Tiberias, and 24-31 (75.2-87.8) degrees in Haifa. Tel Aviv's temperatures will be between 24 and 30 degrees Celsius (75.2-86 degrees Fahrenheit), while Jerusalem's will be between 17-29 degrees (62.6-84.2), and Be'er Sheva's between 20-33 (68-91.4) degrees.

Thursday is expected to be partly cloudy, with temperatures average for the season.

Friday will see a slight rise in temperature and become warmer than usual. The weather will be dry in the mountains, and muggy inland.

Shabbat (Saturday) will see a drop in temperature, and the heat will become less oppressive.