The weather in Jerusalem - a city located in the center of Israel - tends to be quite predictable. There are two distinct seasons, winter and summer - with a few weeks of spring, perhaps the best time of all in Jerusalem.
During the summer months in Jerusalem it’s virtually guaranteed that you won't need an umbrella, since it doesn’t rain at all. This can be very helpful to know in advance, since if you don’t mind the heat, you can be assured that every day will be good for sightseeing. The average temperature in August is 19 to 29 degrees Celsius (66 to 84 degrees Fahrenheit). Unlike in Tel Aviv the weather doesn’t tend to get extremely humid, making it more bearable, while daytime heat is usually followed by balmy evenings, perfect for sitting al fresco.
You may experience a few dust storms or extremely hot ‘hamsinsw during your stay in Jerusalem, but these are rare and don’t tend to last long. If you’re traveling in the summer always bring good sun protection and cool clothing. Good walking shoes and a water bottle are other essentials so you don’t get dehydrated.