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What is the weather like in Israel?

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When we asked people living in Israel about the weather in Israel, they said...

"The weather in Israel is generally warm and sunny, with temperatures ranging from mild to hot depending on the season. In the winter months, temperatures can drop to the low teens Celsius, while in the summer months temperatures can reach the high thirties Celsius. Rainfall is generally low, with most of the rain falling in the winter months. The coastal areas of Israel tend to be more humid than the inland areas," wrote a member who made the move to Israel.

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