Cars are stuck in snow in the Cedars, Saturday, Jan. 2, 2016. (The Daily Star/Grace Kassab)
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Roads in parts of north Lebanon remained closed for a third consecutive day Sunday as snow reached over a meter in mountainous regions, the state-run National News Agency reported.The NNA said that residents in Tannourine al-Fawqa and Tannourine al-Tahta in the Batroun district and other surrounding villages woke up to find icy layers on the roads, as only SUVs and vehicles equipped with metal chains were permitted to drive on the frozen roads.The NNA reported that the Tannourine-Hadath al-Jibbeh and Tannourine-Laqlouq roads in the region were cut off as snow accumulated up to a meter and a half, while roads from Tannourine downwards to the coast were reopened.
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