A woman walks her dog during a snowstorm in the Cedars. (Photo by Joe Hiyef)
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Lebanon awoke to heavy winds, rain and a skyline covered in fog Thursday, witnessing its coldest temperatures yet this winter.A meteorologist based at Beirut's airport told The Daily Star earlier in the day that snow was falling at 1,600-1,700 meters, but just a few hours later said flurries had reached 1,200 meters.Rain and snow can be expected to last into next week, though the precipitation will not be as intense as Thursday's.In Western Bekaa, temperatures dropped to 2 degrees as snow fell on many villages.
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