A man uses a bucket of water to cool off on the beach in Ramlet al-Baida. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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High temperatures are expected across Lebanon this weekend, just days after the end of the country's last excruciating heat wave.Temperatures will remain stable along the coast, but with high humidity.Temperatures Friday will range between 24 and 34 degrees Celsius along the coast, 19 and 32 in the mountains, 14 and 29 in the Cedars, and 19 and 42 in the Bekaa. Due to the high humidity, weather along the coast will feel even hotter than the listed temperature – referred to as the "heat index". The heat index could reach 44 degrees along the coast.
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