Jerusalem Breaks 134-Year-Old Snowfall Record

Jerusalem breaks 134-year-old snowfall record (Ice Age Now, Dec 18, 2013):

 “The storm that began this past weekend and lasted four days broke the Jerusalem snowfall record since 1879,” says this news website. “The snow piled up to a height of 40 to 60 centimeters (16 to 23½ inches), and an especially great quantity of snow fell in the mountains of northern Israel, reaching a height of 70 centimeters (28 inches).”

These statistics demonstrate just how unique this storm was in terms of its force and its extremely low temperatures.

The blizzard cut Jerusalem off and almost completely paralyzed life in the city as of Thursday, December 12, 2013.

The electric power grid in the city collapsed because of trees that had fallen on power lines, and many people had no electricity all weekend and suffered from the freezing temperatures.”

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