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What's it like there in July?

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#1 JMorgan

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Posted 19 June 2005 - 06:17 PM

Hi there Adi and any others who live there in the "Holy Land".

I may be coming to Israel soon and I was wondering how hot it is in July. I would be in Arad (east of Beersheba) most of the time, though I may head over to the Dead Sea or down to Elat for some scuba diving if I have time. But I imagine the Negev is probably the worst place in Israel to go in July. [huh]

So what's the weather like now and what do you expect for the next month or so?


#2 Infernity

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Posted 19 June 2005 - 08:33 PM

"Holy Land", yeah right. "Garbage Land" would be more likely...

Wew, I might ask my parents if we can meet my sponsor [lol]

Well July, probably one of the most hottest month in the year...
Um, Eilat most of the time around 42 Celsius (about 108 Fahrenheit degrees) I mean it easily reaches 45, and sometimes it *only* 35-38 [tung] ... Well, bring lots of sweaters ;)

Um Arad, probably not too hot, maybe 32 ( [?] ) , not quite sure...
Jesus, Tel-Aviv shall be tomorrow set on about 35 degrees if I remember well with 75% humidity you can swim in the hot air I'm telling you...

Diving is awesome! [thumb] do dive!

Um, Joel, I'll speak with you in private, I think I *might* arrange some good prices for you, I'll see [sfty] ......

Have a great time, we shall speak.

Yours truthfully

Edited by infernity, 20 June 2005 - 04:05 PM.

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