The lake is now 1.785 meters from its most stage of 208.80 meters under sea stage.
The Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) has been rising steadily however slowly over the previous month from a low-point of 210.78 meters under sea stage in mid-December. The Kinneret has risen one centimeter over the previous 24 hours, and is now at 210.585 meters under sea stage, in line with the Kinneret Authority.
The lake is now 1.785 meters from its most stage of 208.80 meters under sea stage, in line with the Kinneret Authority. A lot rain should nonetheless fall for the Kinneret to achieve its most stage this winter, and compel the Israel Water Authority to open the Deganya dam on the southern finish of the lake to forestall flooding. The dam, which permits water to circulate down the southern part of the River Jordan to the Lifeless Sea, has not been opened since 1992.
This time final yr the Kinneret was already lower than 1 meter from its most stage however finally fell effectively quick after it was comparatively dry in February, March and April. However heavy rains and snow within the hills this week are anticipated to spice up precipitation in Israel to this point this yr.
This season, the Higher Galilee has had 411 millimeters of rain out of an annual common of 718 millimeters and Haifa has had 350 millimeters of rain out of a median 500 millimeters, 440 millimeters in Tel Aviv (560), 234 millimeters in Jerusalem (582) and 69 millimeters in Beersheva (205).
Revealed by Globes, Israel enterprise information – en.globes.co.il – on January 23, 2022.
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Kinneret Picture: Shlomi Yosef