Women walk under the rain in Beirut, Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015. (The Daily Star/Khalil Hassan)
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Snowfall returned to Lebanon's higher areas Thursday, reblocking many roads and claiming another victim since the beginning of the storm "Zina".Tahrani is just the latest victim of cold weather in Lebanon; three Syrians died last week on the outskirts of the Shebaa Farms as they were caught in the storm while trying to cross into Lebanon.Friday's temperatures will range between 5 and 19 degrees Celsius along the coast, 1 and 10 degrees in the mountains, minus 1 and 11 in the Bekaa Valley and minus 5 and 5 in the Cedars.A number of roads were blocked in the mountains and in the eastern Bekaa Valley early Thursday.Blocked roads include: Kfarselwan-Tarshish-Zahle, Ayoun al-Siman-Hadath Baalbek, Al-Mnaitra-Hadath Baalbek, Hadath Baalbek-Afqa, Sannine-Zahle, Maaser Chouf-Kefraya, Zahle-Dhour Chouir, Aynata-Arz, Tannourine-Laqlouq, Tannourine-Hadath Jebah, Hermel-Sir al-Dinnieh, and Hermel-Qoubeiat.
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