|Quick Climate Info|
|Hottest Month||August (82 °F avg)|
|Coldest Month||January (57 °F avg)|
|Wettest Month||January (2.19″ avg)|
|Windiest Month||July (8 mph avg)|
What is the rainy season in Israel?
Israel has a wide variety of climatic conditions, caused mainly by the country’s diverse topography. There are two distinct seasons: a cool, rainy winter (October–April) and a dry, hot summer (May–September).
How much rainfall does Israel get?
Annual precipitation is around 550 mm (21.5 in), concentrated in the cold half of the year, while it almost never rains from May to mid-October. Here is the average precipitation.
What is the best month to go to Israel?
The best times to visit Israel are in spring or fall, because the days are pleasantly warm, with temperatures around 79°F, and the nights are cool. It can be quite hot during the day from June to August, with average temperatures of 90°F.
Where is the hottest place in Israel?
In Sedom (southern Dead Sea) the daily maximum temperature reached an outstanding high of 49.9°C, which is the highest temperature recorded in Israel since June 1942 (On June 21st 1942, 54°C was measured at Tirat Tzvi, the highest temperature ever recorded in Israel).
Where is the best climate in Israel?
The city of Eilat, located at the southernmost point of Israel and the northern tip of the Red Sea, has a good climate for beach holidays all year round.
Is it expensive in Israel?
In general, Israel is a surprisingly expensive country, particularly when compared to its nearby neighbors. Food is quite expensive so cooking whenever possible is your best option. Hotels are also very expensive. It’s really hard to find budget accommodation but there are hostels throughout the country.
What month is the cheapest to fly to Israel?
High season is considered to be January, November and December. The cheapest month to fly to Israel is August. Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Israel flight deals.
Does it ever snow in Israel?
Israel’s central mountainous region, including Jerusalem, gets snowfall every few years. In 2013, a major blizzard knocked out power in several neighborhoods after blanketing the city with up to 30 centimeters (1 foot) of snow.
What is the religion of Israel?
About eight-in-ten (81%) Israeli adults are Jewish, while the remainder are mostly ethnically Arab and religiously Muslim (14%), Christian (2%) or Druze (2%). Overall, the Arab religious minorities in Israel are more religiously observant than Jews.