Sea of Galilee's waterline rises by 23 centimeters after heavy rainfall

Ahiya Raved |
Published: 01.09.20, 08:57
Following the heavy rains, the Sea of Galilee's water level rose by 23 centimeters (9 inches) overnight, standing at 211.10 meters below sea level, The Government Water and Sewage Authority reported on Thursday.
The waterline has risen by a total of 90 cm (35.4 inches) since the beginning of Israel's rainy season.
The Sea of Galilee is still 2.30 meters (8'3 feet) short of reaching its full capacity.