The lake is now only one.18 meters from its most stage of 208.80 meters under sea stage.
The Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) rose two centimeters over the weekend to 209.98 meters under sea stage, the Israel Water Authority studies.
Greater than 40 millimeters of rain fell on Israel’s freshwater lake on Friday and Saturday with even heavier rainfall in lots of components of northern Israel and there was flooding in lots of cities on the coastal plain together with Haifa, Tel Aviv and Ashdod. The season’s first snow fell on the height of Mount Hermon.
The lake is now 1.18 meters from its most stage of 208.80 meters under sea stage. The primary three weeks of November have seen above common rainfall in all components of Israel, after a totally dry October.
The Kinneret is starting the winter at its highest stage for 17 years, after nicely above common rainfall final winter, when the nation had 130% of its common annual rainfall and as much as 200% of its annual common rainfall in some components of northern Israel.
The Kinneret started final winter at 212 meters under sea stage, not far above the minimal stage of 213 meters under sea stage, and at one level in late April got here inside 12 centimeters of being full.
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