The northeast winds in the Mediterranean Sea will reach speeds of up to 50 kph (31 mph) while the height of the waves could reach of up to one meter (3 feet).
The Israel Police said in anticipation of another storm system the country’s roads will be reinforced with additional police officers, adding there are possibility of road closures. "The Israel Police is calling upon the public to drive carefully and avoid traveling on flooded roadways,” said the police statement. "The public must act with extreme caution near water reservoirs where there is a danger of slipping, drifting and drowning."
On Thursday, the temperatures will dip significantly and humidity will also increase. Rain showers will encompass most parts of the country and eastern and southern rivers are once again expected to flood. In the afternoon hours the rain will gradually stop.
The southwest winds in the Mediterranean Sea will reach speeds of up to 40 kph (25 mph) while the height of the waves could reach of up to 1.5 meters (5 feet).
On Friday there will be a mix of sun and clouds and the temperatures will return to the seasonal average. Rain, with possible thunderstorms, will spread from northern parts of the country to central Israel. Snow is expected to fall on Mount Hermon.
On Saturday, intermittent rain is expected in northern Israel and some parts of the Negev Desert. Temperatures will once again dip below seasonal average. There are fears of flooding the Judean Desert and the Jordan Valley, with continued snowfall on Mount Hermon.