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Snow continued to fall on mountainous areas across Lebanon Friday, blocking roads, closing schools and leaving thousands stranded in their homes.Schools across Lebanon abided by Education Minister Elias Bou Saab's order to close down Friday and Saturday.Most roads in areas at elevations of 1000 meters and above were blocked by thick layers of snow.The meteorological department said Windy, which blew over from the Arctic, will start fading away by Friday evening, but will continue over south Lebanon until mid-day Saturday.Saturday's weather is predicted to be partly cloudy with scattered rain. Intermittent snow showers are also expected in the morning, particularly in south Lebanon.
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