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Flood warnings in place in Judean Desert and Dead Sea areas on Thursday and Friday

Drivers are asked to take appropriate precautions when going through the area, and hikers seeking to witness the floods are advised to only do so from places deemed safe by authorities.

(Photo: Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

The Israel Police announced this evening (Wednesday) that a flood warning is in effect for the Judean Desert and Dead sea areas.

Drivers are advised to take appropriate precautions when going through the area, and hikers interested in watching the floods are advised to do so only from safe areas and heed the instructions of police officers and Nature and Parks Authority officials.

In any emergency, call 100 to reach the Israel Police.

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