Israel has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and cool, rainy winters. The climate is largely influenced by its location in the subtropical zone, its proximity to the Mediterranean Sea, and its varied topography, which ranges from the coastal plain to the mountains in the north and the arid Negev Desert in the south.
Here's a brief overview of Israel's weather by month:
• January: Winters in Israel are mild, but January is typically the coldest month of the year. There may also be occasional rainfall.
• February: Similar to January, temperatures remain mild with occasional rain showers.
• March: Temperatures start to rise in March. Rainfall may still occur, especially in the northern regions.
• April: Springtime in Israel is characterised by pleasant weather with mild temperatures and low humidity. Wildflowers bloom across the country, making it a popular time to visit.
• May: The weather continues to warm up in May and a low chance of rain.
• June-August: Summer in Israel is hot and dry. The coastal areas are slightly cooler than the inland regions. Heatwaves are also common during this time.
• September: The weather starts to cool down in September. There may also be occasional rain showers.
• October: Temperatures continue to drop in October. Rainfall may also start to increase.
• November: November marks the start of the rainy season. Rain showers are more frequent in the northern regions.
• December: Temperatures continue to drop in December. Rainfall is also more frequent.