However, on Sunday, violent torrential rains prompted a noticeable rise in the level of water in rivers, namely the Assi and Litani Rivers.
The abundance and force of the water flow of the Litani River caused the water level of Lake Qaraoun Lake to rise significantly. Weather experts believe the water level will continue to rise in the coming days, according to the state-run NNA.
The rains have also contributed to the eruption of underground springs in some parts of the country, causing damages to trees and tents, and some areas to flood.
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