Israel is a subtropical region with a hot and dry summer period and a cold and semi-wet to wet winter period. Israel's climate is varied, offering the visitor winter choices between skiing on Mt. Hermon and sunbathing and swimming in Eilat.
SUMMER (June-early Sept)
Temperatures usually in the high 80's (27C), 90's (32C). Tel Aviv, and Tiberias will be hot and humid. Jerusalem is dryer and cooler, particularly at night. Massada and Eilat are extremely hot (possibly above 110F (43C)...but dry. There won't be a drop of rain.
SPRING (late Mar-May) & AUTUMN (late Sept-Nov)
Daytime temperatures will be very pleasant: around 60-70F (15-21C) degrees in most of the country. Jerusalem will be in the 40-50F (5-10C) in the evening. There'll be some rain - nothing torrential.
WINTER (Dec-early Mar)
Winter weather can fluctuate. Some winters are mild and sunny, some severe and overcast. There's often heavy rain and, in January and February, even snow sometimes in some parts of the country. It'll probably be in the 50-60F (10-15C) in most places, but in the 40's (5C) in Jerusalem and the Galilee hills - where it can be very cold at night.
Average Annually Air Temperatures
Daily Maximum and Minimum (°C /°F)
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