Winter in Israel (PICTURES)

With the winter in Israel fully upon us, we thought it might be an idea to bring you some amazing pictures, just to prove to you that, yes, Israel does have a winter!

Of course, there are some beautifully sunny days during the winter, but when winter hits the Holy Land, it really hits (even if very briefly!).

This last week has seen some of the worst winter weather in Israel for some years, but it has made for some spectacular viewing and some spectacular winter photos. Floods in Tel Aviv, snow in Jerusalem and the north, and yes, single-digit temperatures throughout the country!

Jerusalem Light Rail Snow

Jerusalem Light Rail (Pic: Jerusalem Municipality)

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Snow at the Old City, Jerusalem

Snow in the Golan Heights

Snow in the Golan Heights

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Winter in Israel (Pic: Adi Peretz)

Jerusalem snow pictures

Snow at the Western “Wailing” Wall

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Snowing in the Golan Heights (Pic: Channel 2 News)

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Singing in the rain, The Galilee

Snow in the Golan Heights

Snow in the Golan Heights

Winter in Tiberias

Rain ALL week (very rare)

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Frozen wastelands of the Golan Heights

Snow in the Golan Heights

Snow in the Golan Heights

Snow in Jerusalem

Snow in Jerusalem (Pic: Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty Images)

Flooded Tel Aviv

Flooded Tel Aviv Highway, January 2013 (Pic: Moshe Gaon)

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Winter in Tel Aviv

4 Comments

  1. Celida

    January 12, 2013 at 9:18 pm

    Awesome pictures,Just three months ago I visited some of those places.

  2. MANES

    January 13, 2013 at 6:03 pm

    ESPERO QUE TE AGRADE

  3. Aurelien

    January 29, 2013 at 9:32 pm

    I was in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem just a week after those pictures and the weather was awesome though. Well, better than the Scottish summer for sure. I was lucky.

    • Ashley

      January 30, 2013 at 8:15 am

      Yes, the weather was awesome for a couple of weeks, but winter’s back today with a vengeance! Personally, I love Israeli winters!

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