An extreme Sharav occurred in Israel on July 17th. 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).
What is the hottest temperature ever recorded in the Dead Sea?
|hideClimate data for Dead Sea, Sedom (390 m below sea level)|
|Record high °C (°F)||26.4 (79.5)||47.0 (116.6)|
|Average high °C (°F)||20.5 (68.9)||30.4 (86.7)|
|Daily mean °C (°F)||16.6 (61.9)||26.1 (79.0)|
What is the hottest it’s ever been anywhere?
On September 13, 1922, a temperature of 136°F was recorded at El Azizia, Libya. This was eventually certified by the World Meteorological Organization as the hottest air temperature ever recorded on Earth.
What should you not wear in Israel?
For those travelers who plan to visit religious sites such as churches, mosques, and the Western Wall, it is advisable to avoid short skirts, short shorts, and sleeveless shirts. Women cover their shoulders, knees, and chest when visiting these sites.
Is Israel humid or dry?
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). Along the coast, sea breezes have a moderating influence in summer, and the Mediterranean beaches are popular.
Is Israel in the desert?
The geography of Israel is very diverse, with desert conditions in the south, and snow-capped mountains in the north. Israel is located at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea in Western Asia.
Geography of Israel.
|Lowest point||Dead Sea|
|Longest river||Jordan River|
|Largest lake||Sea of Galilee|