Jerusalem natives report that they had never seen such heat lightning at end of Rosh Hashanah, as winter rains appear to be on their way.
By Ari Yashar, Reut Hadar
The massive dust storm that started in Israel last Tuesday largely dissipated on Sunday just in time for the start of the Jewish New Year of Rosh Hashanah, but as the holiday ended on Tuesday night the stuffy heat led to extremely rare heat lightning in Jerusalem and the Dead Sea.
Residents of the capital told Arutz Sheva that they saw constant ongoing heat lightning light up the skies in the southwestern Jerusalem neighborhood of Kiryat Menachem. Continue Reading »