Two women cross a flooded road in the Hay al-Sellom neighborhood in Beirut s southern suburbs, Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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After storm Norma ripped apart shoddy infrastructure across the country, flooded refugee settlements in the Bekaa Valley and northern Lebanon and blanketed the mountains in snow, another storm has come to town.The Lebanese Agricultural Research Institute claimed responsibility for the name.LARI has about 80 meteorology stations across Lebanon monitoring the weather, Afram said.General Director of Civil Aviation Mohammad Chehabeddine weighed in, issuing a statement saying the airport's Meteorological Department was the only official source for issuing weather information.Once a storm meets the requirements, the Meteorology Department consults a list of preordained names from A to Z.Each consecutive storm is named going in reverse alphabetical order.
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