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Storm Yohan is expected to subside by Friday afternoon, as Lebanon recovers from the aftermath of its brutal winds and heavy snows that clogged major roads Thursday.Snow is also expected at altitudes of 800 meters and above.A slight rise in temperatures is likely Saturday as intermittent rains and snow will fall at an altitude of 900 meters and above.Thursday's weather was marked by serious snowfall that blocked major roads across the country. Snow fell around the southern town of Jezzine at altitudes of 700 meters and above.Roads leading to villages in West Bekaa and southeast Lebanon were cleared of snow briefly but closed after layers of ice solidified due to cold.The main road from Tourza, leading to Bsharri and Ehden was blocked with snow.In some areas residents had to trudge through 40-50 centimeters of snow.
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