Friday, March 26, 2010

The end of the rainy season?


Well, Pesach is next week and one of the things that we do is move from the Rain Prayer(תפילת הגשם) to the Dew Prayer(תפילת טל). The understanding is that in Israel after Pesach it doesn't rain anymore. Well, it seems Hashem wanted to get a few more gallons in. We're having a freak hail/rain storm here. It went from zero to wet in under five minutes. The picture was taken less then 4 minutes after the rain started. And yes, all that white stuff is hail. The more the merrier!



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8 comments:

annie said...

Yikes! Where are you Litvshe? We're in Petach Tikva and it hasn't started raining yet, although the sky is getting darker and darker as I write....

Yonatan said...

I was thinking the same thing, we're in Modiin and the temp just dropped a lot and got dark. The winds were really blowing this morning.

Shabbat Shalom to all!

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Awesome! I wouldnt mind rain after Pesach either...

Gee a Moron said...

Our son just remarried his ex- this morning. Mazal Tov.

The weather in Hashmonaim held just long enough for us to have the dancing in the courtyard outside behind the shul/simcha hall. As we were cleaning up the meal it all broke loose and water began ro collect in the basement kitchen from the stairwell through the open door.

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

mazal tov!

Anonymous said...

In Haifa it has barely rained a drop this weekend. (We got tons of rain earlier in the winter though.)

Gee a Moron said...

Thank you. We wished him a "binyan adei ad" so there is something ironic that he came to me three hours after the wedding and told me that his roof (the other side of our two family house) is leaking.
A man's castle
is a hassle,
and his future is bleak,
when his roof starts to leak.

At least it's only the roof tiles...

gih said...

Perhaps it really stop, but still in the future will come again.

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