Wednesday, January 9, 2013

It's snowing!! Yay!

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With all this week's heavy rain in Israel everything is green and growing.
It is almost midnight now, but by morning all this will be WHITE!!

Yes, snow is starting to fall and to stick now, even in my village!
And up in Jerusalem for sure.
Photos for you tomorrow, God willing! 
I can hardly wait for morning. 
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13 comments:

Sara said...

Hooray! I'll be watching for those photos.

richies said...

It has been raining for the past 24 hours with more to come. We had a white Christmas with over 11 inches falling on Christmas day. It is very unusual for us to have that much snow. Many years we go all winter with no snow.

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Anonymous said...

You can take the girl out of Chicago, but you can't take Chicago out of the girl! :-)

Dr M said...

Can't wait to see your lovely pictures! Like Danny and Bing said, "Snow...Snow...snow....snow....SNOW!"

Ann said...

I had no idea it snowed in Israel. Always thought of it as hot and dry.

Suzanne said...

Can't wait to see them Dina. Love snow in Jerusalem and remember it fondly.

Rob Mandy said...

Oh yes! Haven't seen Jerusalem with snow since the winter 91-92

Robin said...

You've got snow in your village? Wow, I didn't think it would get down that far.

Nothing here in the Mercaz but miserable cold wet rain of course. At least we should have a bumper crop of flowers later.

Kay said...

No kidding? I'll be looking forward to seeing photos of it. There hasn't been much now in Chicago. Poor KC. Her Uncle Jonny bought her snow shoes for the holidays!

cieldequimper said...

Lucky you! Glad you are having rain and snow, wish it would stop raining here... It seems to me it hasn't stopped raining since March 2012.

Hels said...

I don't like cold or snow or sleet or hail. But Israel needs rain - lots and lots of rain. So the question is...does snow melt down to drinkable, usable water?

Spiderdama said...

Haha:-) looking forward for the pics!

VP said...

I know that it isn't so unusual, but it so strange to imagine snow up there!