Does Israel have seasons?

Israel has only two real seasons: the dry season and the wet season. The dry season (roughly: May-October) is the summer, and the wet season (roughly: November or December-March) is the winter. Snow is relatively rare.

Instead of Spring or Autumn, Israel has a "transition season," in March-May and in October-November, during which there are alternating waves of warmness or heat, and cooler weather or cold (with or without rain). This transition may last anywhere from over three months (typically March-May), to nothing at all. In 1992, for example, a heavy winter gave way, on February 23, directly into warmer weather, with no further precipitation whatsoever, for the entire summer. And in 2010, the summer and warm, dry weather lasted, unbroken, through till December 6.