Today in Tel Aviv, Israel
Mainly clear. Low near 75F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph.
Mostly sunny. High 84F. Winds W at 5 to 10 mph.
This weather data was last updated 2020-07-13 15:05:13.
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Tel Aviv Weather
The city of Tel Aviv is the second largest in the country of Israel and it is located on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean. The climate in Tel Aviv is Mediterranean. That means that the summers are very hot and humid while the winters are cool and rainy. Both the spring and the autumn can be very unpredictable in Tel Aviv weather. Year round the citizens of Tel Aviv will experience a high humidity and that is due to the breeze coming from the ocean in the Mediterranean. The summers tend to be very dry and most of the precipitation will fall from December through February. Another thing that you will find when you visit Tel Aviv is that the sunshine seems to happen every day.
As you might expect the city of Tel Aviv can be very hot during the summer. The hottest month of the year is August when the average high temperature is 30.2 Celsius (86.4 Fahrenheit). There is not much rain to be talked about in Tel Aviv weather during this time of the year. In fact, during both June and July, the average rainfall is 0 while in August it goes up to only 0.7 millimeters (0.028 inches). If you put the high temperatures together with the lack of rain it can make for incessant heat so visit Tel Aviv Weather.Net for current conditions. Knowing what to expect from the weather during your visit is the first step to ensure that you will enjoy it.
The winters in Tel Aviv tend to be cool at best. You should not expect cold temperatures to ruin your vacation. The coolest temperature ever recorded in Tel Aviv is -1.9 Celsius (28.6 Fahrenheit) but that is very far from the norm. The average low temperature in January which is the coolest month of the year is 9.6 Celsius (49.3 Fahrenheit). What you can expect in Tel Aviv weather during the winter is some precipitation. January is the rainiest month with an average of 126.9 millimeters (4.996 inches) each year. It is recommended that you check the weather forecast at www.telavivweather.net especially during the rainy season. One thing about the winters is that the humidity is slightly up during this season.
The transitional seasons of the spring and the fall make it very important to stay updated with the weather forecast at Tel Aviv Weather.Net because these seasons can be very unpredictable. Hot temperatures or cool ones can happen at any time during both the spring and the fall. The same is true with rain showers and even thunderstorms. Sometimes you will see a correction in the weather forecast and those corrections in some cases arrive a little bit late. The changes are due to the fact that Tel Aviv weather is close to the Mediterranean and that influences the weather in many ways. The second hottest temperature in Tel Aviv did not happen in the summer. It actually happened in the spring.
What Not To Expect
If you are visiting Tel Aviv there are a few things that are mostly off the radar. Snow is the best example. While it sounds pretty obvious that the chances of you seeing snow in your visit to Tel Aviv are very small the truth is that it has snowed in the city of Tel Aviv but only once in the 20th century was it significant enough. Another thing that you should not expect in your visit to Tel Aviv is summer rain. While there is always the possibility that rain can happen, at least more of a chance than snow, it is very rare, especially during June and July. Freezing temperatures are also not very common even in the middle of the winter.
Best Time To Visit
When thinking of visiting Tel Aviv one of the biggest questions is the best time to visit the city. The best time to visit depends on you and your particular taste in weather. Keep in mind that the summer means very hot and humid temperatures. If you do not mind cooler temperatures and rain showers then winter is not so bad. The months of April, May and September would be the ones that we at www.telavivweather.net would pick if we wanted to travel ourselves to Tel Aviv. There is less rain, temperatures are mostly moderate with the occasional spike and there is a lot more to do outside. Anytime that you visit you will have a good time but those months are the best.
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