The temperature reached a minimum of 9 degrees Celsius on the coast, 3 degrees in the mountains and 0 degrees in the interior, though temperatures vary widely by altitude. Wind speed was reported at a maximum of 80 kph, snow was falling at 600 m, ice forming at 700 m and above, and precipitations were the highest recorded in the last couple of years.
After the storm’s visit, Lebanon was finally united by one colour: White!
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