Forecast: A White SabbathIsrael is preparing for its first nationwide snowstorm in years. Snow is expected to pile up in Jerusalem on Friday and even in lower areas.
Snow and Rain to Drench Israel WednesdayJerusalem is preparing for the third snow scare of the winter, and this time it is more probable that the white stuff will pile up.
Wicked Storm Brings Blessed Rain“Hurricane” Israel closes schools in the snowbound northern Golan, floods Dead Sea roads, and blesses the country with much-needed rain.
Get Out the Snow Boots for ShabbatRain – and probably snow – will fall on Jerusalem this Sabbath, weather buffs predict, as a huge winter storm heads towards Israel.
Mild Tremors Felt in Israel's NorthA 3.1 earthquake with its epicenter east of the Sea of Galilee was recorded. No damage has been reported.
Lake Kinneret Rising With RainThe water level in Lake Kinneret -- the Sea of Galilee -- has risen by 0.6 inches in the past 24 hours after a week with more rain.
November Rains Reduce Drop in Lake Kinneret Water LevelEarly winter rains appear to have stemmed the drop in the water level of Lake Kinneret -- but Israel still needs much, much more.
Heavy Rains Bless Israel and Lake KinneretRain storms over the weekend blessed the Land of Israel with a drink for the parched earth, and a rise in the water level of Lake Kinneret.
Lake Kinneret Water Level Inching Towards the Black LineThe water level in Lake Kinneret, the Sea of Galilee, has dropped by nearly 11 inches in September alone, inching toward the black line.
Lake Kinneret Water Level Drops 20 CentimetersThe water level in Lake Kinneret (the Sea of Galilee) has dropped 20 centimeters in the past month, according to environmental officials.
Jordan Secretly Buying Israeli WaterA Jordanian paper reports that Jordan is negotiating with Israel, and not for the first time, for the purchase of water from the Sea of Galilee.
Weatherman: Winter is Far From OverYes, the winter started late and the rains were delayed – but more rain is still expected, and "it's not over til it's over."
Finally: Kinneret Tops Red LineThe Sea of Galilee, Israel’s largest water source, topped the “red line” over the past few days, and now stands at 212.95 meters below sea level.
Rains Continue, Kineret Rises, Desalination Limps AlongAfter a very late start, the winter rains are here in force – and the Sea of Galilee is benefiting. Israel still looks to desalination, however.
Despite Rain, a Dry Winter for the KinneretDespite recent local rainshowers, the Kinneret, a major water source, remains dangerously low.
Water Level in Lake Kinneret Inching Away from 'Red Line'Weekend rains have brought the water level of Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) up by 2.5 centimeters (1 inch), the Water Authority said Sunday.
Rabbis Sail Out to Sea to Pray for RainDozens of worshipers sail to the Kinneret and hold a public prayer for rainfall.
Save the River: Bilateral 'Big Jump' into the JordanJews and Arabs from both sides of the Jordan River took a “Big Jump” – hoping the splash will jump-start efforts to rehabilitate the river.
Sea of Galilee Rose Six Centimeters Over PesachWater flowed in from the Jordan River and was not pumped out of the northern lake. The result: a 2.5 inch rise in the water level.
No Solution in Sight for Water StrikeInterest in the 6-week-old Water Authority strike is sparse because it doesn't affect the water supply - but the Kinneret level remains unmeasured.
Chief Rabbi: Fast and Pray for Rain in Wake of Dire DroughtIsrael's Chief Sephardic Rabbi, Rabbi Shlomo Amar, beseeches the public to fast and pray as another dry winter materializes.
Water Authority to StrikeWater Authority workers will begin a strike on Wednesday, ignoring permit requests and halting the measurement of the Kinneret.