Sea of Galilee's waterline rises by 8 centimeters over weekend

Ahiya Raved |
Published: 01.26.20 , 08:42
The Sea of Galilee's water level rose by 8 centimeters (3.1 inches) over the weekend, standing at 210.41 meters below sea level, the Government Water and Sewage Authority reported on Sunday.
The waterline has risen by a total of 154 cm (60.6 inches) since the beginning of Israel's rainy season.
The Sea of Galilee is still 1.61 meters (5'3 feet) short of reaching its full capacity.