The Kinneret’s water level rose by another 10 centimeters (approximately four inches) since Monday, Israel’s Water Authority reported Tuesday.
The rise brings the Kinneret to 25 centimeters more than it was at the end of last week.
Since the beginning of the rainy season, the lake has risen by 2.8 meters (9.18 feet). Now standing at 1.14 meters (3.74 feet) above the lower red line, the Kinneret would have to rise another 3.06 meters (10 feet) to be full.
Local rainfall was expected to continue in northern Israel on Tuesday.