Likud members voted Thursday in a party leadership primary with the choice of Binyamin Netanyahu or Gideon Sa'ar for party leader.

Prime Minister Netanyahu is considered the frontrunner, but his campaign managers are worried that the stormy weather will be to his detriment and will affect voter turnout.

  Saar voted in Tel Aviv and said that he was confident of his ability to win. He called on the Likud members to vote despite the weather.  

   Saar’s campaign managers said that any result would be an achievement and that, as of tomorrow, Saar would be marked as Netanyahu’s successor. 

KAN's Mark Weiss spoke about the primary with Likud central committee member Mordechai Taub.