The hills surrounding Jerusalem have seen four straight nights of freezing temperatures.
No snow, but cold enough that we have to leave the house faucets dripping all night so that the water tanks and glass water-heating panels on the roofs will not freeze and crack.
That happened a lot last time it snowed, in 2008. Water was gushing from the roofs of many houses in the village the morning after. Guess they forgot the drip trick.
Well, we only see snow here once every few years.
For Camera-Critter Sunday, here are some snowy cat pictures from two years ago.
My cat friends at the neighbors' woods were wet and cold and confused, this being their first encounter with snow.