Israel Weather Forecast

Looking for an Israel weather forecast? Want to know what the weather in Israel will be like in the near future?

No problem. Here are current conditions and a 5-day weather forecast:

Note that the above weather report is focused specifically on Jerusalem, which is usually a bit colder than Tel Aviv or Eilat, for example.

I would definitely recommend to also check out my page on the weather Israel has in store for you, where you can get more detailed information about the Israeli weather and temperatures by season and area. 

Why do I recommend to check out that page? Because even though Israel for the most part is a WARM country, there are exceptions to the temperature and it even snows in the high places up north and (rarely) in Jerusalem. In the southern part of Israel it can get really warm during the summer months and it is also quite dry – like an oven actually (just kidding), but you would do best at the beach or next to the pool when visiting Eilat, for example. While living in Tel Aviv I also had the pleasure of experiencing 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) more than once. Lovely. But fear not! There is A/C pretty much everywhere and if you keep light clothing and sandals handy you will actually enjoy the weather. Anyway... check out the more detailed page on Israel's climate so you can plan accordingly.

Hope you enjoyed my Israel weather forecast page!

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