A Lebanese family take a selfie in a street covered with snow in Sawfar village, Mount Lebanon, Monday, Jan. 4, 2016. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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More showers are expected across Lebanon into Tuesday night, and more rain is forecast for the end of the week according to meteorologists. But parts of the north are still suffering the aftermath of winter storm Vladimir. Tuesday will see partly cloudy skies with heavy rain at times, accompanied by winds of up to 60 km/ph. Snow will fall down to altitudes of 1,200 meters, and could reach even lower in northern areas according to the morning weather forecast. Storm Vladimir, which came from Russia, brought snow to much of the country last week before waning over the weekend.The NNA said the Bqarsouna Municipality, in the Dinnieh-Minyeh district, evacuated three houses on the town outskirts after their roofs cracked under the strain of snow accumulation and heavy rainfall.
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