Kinneret Rose by 3.5 cm Since ThursdayRains over the past several weeks have raised the level of the Kinneret by 3.5 centimeters since Thursday. The Kinneret is now 33.4 centimeters below the “bottom red line” marker – the level at which scientists the lake needs to be in order to avoid environmental damage – and 4.535 meters from its maximum capacity.
More rain on Sunday, while the Hermon will see snow. The Kinneret should continue to rise over the next few weeks as runoff , from streams, and later from melting snow ,continues to make its way to Israel's largest supply of fresh water.
from Arutz Sheva