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It doesn't rain in the summer here in Israel. It's something we have to get used to. The skies are beautiful, but the ground gets terribly dry.
Not a cloud in the sky.
And sometimes it's awfully dusty, which decreases the efficiency of the solar panels which we use to heat our water. By the end of the summer, the water only gets hot if we've cleaned the solar panels and in recent years I don't have anyone around to do it for me..