When to Go in Tel AvivEdit This
Tel Aviv is a beautiful place to visit especially during the holy holidays. While the weather does not drastically change, the tourist population will ebb and flow depending on the seasons. Tel Aviv has a Mediterranean climate with high humidity most of the year. Even though it is fairly humid, the city makes up for it with more than thirty sunny days a year.
The spring season is wonderfully mild with wildflowers blooming and the city warming up. High temperatures range anywhere from 19 C – 25 C (66 F – 77 F) and lows ranging from 14 C – 17 C (53 F – 63 F).The Easter holidays are a busy time for tourism in Tel Aviv with many people making the pilgrimage to Israel. The Taste of Tel Aviv begins in May and is a wonderful festival for all of the foodies wishing for something a little different.
The summer months start out with a wonderful celebration of Tel Aviv’s municipality called the White Night Festival. Summer is also Tel Aviv’s rainy season with temperatures ranging from 30 C -21 C (86 F – 69 F) Shorts and an umbrella are going to be your two most important parts of your wardrobe.
Temperatures start to cool off after a wonderful summer. The Jewish holy days will keep Tel Aviv’s tourist population high but the sights of the religious pilgrims are always a wonderful people to meet and watch. The high temperatures will range from 27 C – 30 C (81 F – 86 F) and low temperatures are nice, ranging between 15 C – 22 C (58 F – 73 F). Near the end of the fall you may need a light jacket to fight off the slight chill in the air.
The winter holy season will leave you wishing for a less populated
Tel Aviv although if you are planning the trip for religious reasons
than this is exactly the time to plan your trip. The air is brisk but
not cold and no more than a light jacket will be needed during the day.
With temperatures ranging from 9 C – 19 C (49 F – 67 F) you may not
even need that heavy jacket in the evenings.