In the northern city of Haifa, the temperatures will rise to some 18 degrees celsius on Tuesday and 22 on Wednesday. In Tel Aviv, it will be 21 degrees on Tuesday and 24 a day later, while the southern city of Be’er-Sheva, will see some 24 degrees on Tuesday and 26 on Wednesday.
The northeast winds in the Mediterranean Sea will reach speeds of up to 25 kph (16 mph), while in the north of the country the speeds will reach some 40 kph (25 mph). The waves could reach the heights of up to 70cm (2 feet).
On Wednesday, the weather will remain warm, dry and possibly hazy, while the winds will intensify. Toward the evening hours of the day, the temperatures will drop and intermittent rain will spread from northern parts of the country to central Israel.
Overnight Wednesday, snowfall will hit Mount Hermon, while the Jordan Valley will see possible floods. The southeast winds in the Mediterranean Sea will reach speeds of up to 50 kph (31 mph), while the waves could reach the height of up to 150cm (5 feet).
Thursday morning will see a significant drop in temperatures, with intermittent rain spreading from northern Israel all the way to the northern Negev. Colder weather will bring wind gusts and there are fears of flooding in the Jordan Valley and in the Dead Sea area.
The southwest winds in the Mediterranean Sea will reach speeds of up to 55 kph (34 mph), while the waves could reach the height of up to 380cm (12 feet).
Friday will once again see a mix of sun and clouds, and local rain will hit northern parts of the country. In the late afternoon hours the rain will strengthen and spread to central Israel, accompanied by possible thunderstorms.