On the morning of September 24, several popular hiking trails were closed for visits.
This was announced by the Israel Nature and Parks Authority.
In particular, the walking routes to Nahal Darga, Nahal Og, Hawat Maskhash, Tekoa and the Judean Desert are closed.
A warning was issued due to the threat of flooding in these places.
On Friday, the first heavy rains of this season came to Israel. According to forecasters, a noticeable cooling is expected.