Rains that swept through Israel in recent days also affected the water level in the Sear of Galilee: This morning (Sunday) the water level was 212.41 meters below sea level, an increase of 2.5 cm.
Now the distance from the lower red line stands on 59 cm.
Rain continued to fall in the morning in the north and center, accompanied by thunderstorms and strong winds. Local rain is also possible in the northern Negev.
Meteorological Service warns of floods in the Dead Sea, the Judean desert and the Jordan Valley.
According to forecasters, towards Tuesday a slight increase in temperatures will be felt.