Intense heat is expected in most parts of the country during Yom Kippur, the Meteorological Service said.
The heat will only begin to subside on Tuesday and ahead of Sukkot the weather will become less hot.
Today, Sunday, will be clear. In the mountains and inland, there will be a significant rise in temperatures and a decrease in humidity and it will become warmer than usual for the season.
In the southern Golan Heights, the northern valleys, the Lower Galilee and the Jordan Valley and the Arava, intense heat is expected. Moderate heat will be felt in the rest of the country.
Tomorrow, Yom Kippur, heat will intensify. It will get hotter than usual to heat wave-like in the mountains and inland, and humid on the coastal plain.
On Tuesday, the heat level will drop, but it will continue to be warmer than usual, especially in the mountains and inland.
On Wednesday, there will be another reduction in heat levels.
Maximum temperatures today: in Jerusalem up to 32 degrees Celsius at noon, in Tel Aviv 30, in Haifa 24, in Tzfat 29, in Katzrin 35, in Tiberias 37, in Beit She'an 38, in Ashdod 30, in Ein Gedi 36, in Be'er Sheva 35 and in Eilat 37 degrees at noon.