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Storm Yohan wreaked havoc across Lebanon Wednesday, inflicting massive damage to the coast and forcing road closures across the country.The state-run National News Agency reported that snow in some areas was colored red due to the sediment carried by the heavy winds.Thursday is expected to be cloudy with heavy rains, accompanied by thunderstorms and winds up to 70 kilometers per hour, according to the department's night weather forecast. Snow is expected to fall at altitudes of 800 meters as wind speeds decrease gradually during the night. These temperatures are expected to hold Friday, as winds remain active with heavy rains at times, especially during the morning.Wind speeds reached 100 kilometers per hour, forming 8-meter-high waves that battered corniches in coastal cities.Sidon's port was forced to close, as its facilities were ravaged by strong winds and 7-meter waves.
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