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Emergency response teams Monday worked on reopening mountain roads that were blocked by piles of snow, as coastal areas witnessed clearer weather, but a further drop in temperatures.Snowfall in the eastern city of Baalbek reached 15 centimeters.In the northeastern border town of Arsal, located 1,500 meters above sea level, bulldozers have been struggling to open the roads since morning.Towns in south Lebanon were stranded by snow that reached two meters on the southern slopes of Mount Hermon, which lies between Lebanon and Syria, and 45 centimeters in Shebaa.In north Lebanon, where elevations exceed 3000 meters above sea level, villages 900 meters (above sea level) in the district of Akkar were blocked off by snowfall, as municipality bulldozers attempted to reopen them.NNA reported in the afternoon that snowfall reached the Akkar area of Jouma, which is located 500 meters above sea level.
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