Jerusalem Snow Sculptures: Heaviest Snowfall in 70 Years, Rare Winter Fun (+Photos)

BY Cindy Drukier TIMEDecember 16, 2013 PRINT

Jerusalem experienced its heaviest snowfall in 70 years last week.

The snow finally stopped Saturday afternoon, local time, but not before dumping two feet of snow on a city where December temperatures usually average 50-60 degrees Fahrenheit (10-15 degrees Celsius).

While the Israel Electric Corporation still works to restore power to thousands of households, and residents assess the damage wrought by the storm, at least some people are having fun. Across Jerusalem some extremely creative snow sculptures have popped up. 


Cindy Drukier is a veteran journalist, editor, and producer. She's the host of NTD's The Nation Speaks featured on EpochTV.
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