A bulldozer opens a road in north Lebanon, Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016. (The Daily Star/Antoine Amrieh)
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Temperatures gradually began rising Wednesday across Lebanon, although many areas were still suffering from the effects of storm Thalassa which dumped mounds of snow across mountainous areas.In the northern district of Dinnieh, icy roads and freezing temperatures forced roads and schools to close for a third day in a row, the National News Agency said. With temperatures reaching as low as -3 degrees Celcius overnight, people residing in the area were advised to avoid leaving their homes except in cases of emergency.
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