Civil defense workers extinguish a fire in Baino, Friday, July 31, 2015. (The Daily Star/Antoine Amrieh)
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People across the country struggled to cope with high temperatures over the weekend as the shutdown of Lebanon's second largest power plant led to power-rationing during the peak of a summer heat wave.Monday will see partly cloudy skies with high temperatures during the day.Temperatures will range between 25 and 33 degrees on the coast, 23 and 35 in the mountains, 19 and 29 in the Cedars, and 22 and 39 in the Bekaa. Temperatures will range between 25 and 31 degrees along the coast, 23 and 30 in the mountains, 18 and 28 in the Cedars, and 24 and 38 degrees in the Bekaa Valley.Temperatures are expected to drop slightly Wednesday as the partly cloudy weather continues.
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