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Weather in Israel

Israel enjoys long, warm, dry summers (April-October) and generally mild winters (November-March) with somewhat drier, cooler weather in hilly regions, such as Jerusalem and Safed.

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Climate

Israel enjoys long, warm, dry summers (April-October) and generally mild winters (November-March) with somewhat drier, cooler weather in hilly regions, such as Jerusalem and Safed. Rainfall is relatively heavy in the north and center of the country, with much less in the northern Negev and almost negligible

Regional conditions vary considerably, with humid summers and mild winters on the coast; dry summers and moderately cold winters in the hill regions; hot dry summers and pleasant winters in the Jordan Valley; and year-round semi-desert conditions in the Negev.

 amounts in the southern areas. 

Weather extremes range from occasional winter snowfall in the mountain regions to periodic oppressively hot dry winds that send temperatures soaring, particularly in spring and autumn.

For a table of average annual temperatures - AverageTempIsrael.jpg

For more specific information, contact the Israel Meteorological
Service: click here.​

 

Sites & Attractions

 
The museum depicting the history of excavations in the Ophel and in the areas south and...
An extraordinary huge site, which attempts to portray the IDF, from the early struggle ...
Franciscan church and monastery on top of Jaffa Hill, built at the end of the 19th cent...
Private landscape reserve to the north of the Ben Shemen forest, halfway between Jerusa...
A monkey park, situated in the Ben-Shemen forest near Modi'in, containing 250 species o...
Open zoo with a variety of animals roaming free. Rest areas, picnic tables, petting zoo...
 

Accommodations

 
Hotel with various rooms which face the sea, some with whirlpools on the terrace. Facil...
​At Rosh-Pinat Noy you will enjoy a spectacular view of the Canaan mountains, the Golan...
Spa hotel whose rooms face the landscape of the Dead Sea or the mountains of the Judean...
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