The storm, "Lulu", resulted in the damage of tents, agricultural projects, and banana and citrus orchards in Tire (southern Lebanon), due to the wind speed.
In the St. Simon area in Jinnah, south of Beirut, heavy rains and high waves flooded the homes, and residents appealed to the official agencies throughout the night after the water entered their homes. Saint Simon, one of the poorest areas in Beirut, suffers from poor services and illegal construction in an area close to the seashore.
Heavy rain during the night led to landslides on several roads in the north, south and the Lebanese Bekaa.
In Beirut, part of the Jewish cemetery in the Sodeco, a historic cemetery in the city, collapsed, as the rains led to the fall of the wall protecting it, and a number of graves were destroyed on the side of the road.
The rise of the wave in Beirut also led to the collapse of part of the barriers separating the sea corniche from the beach.
In Tripoli, in northern Lebanon, the return of the last batch of Syrian refugees for the year 2019 to the Syrian interior has been postponed to a time to be determined later, due to road conditions, weather conditions and torrents that prevented the buses brought by the Syrian Ministry of Transport from reaching Tripoli to transport them.
The fishing and navigation movement stopped in the port of Tire and Sidon (south of the country), and the civil defense warned citizens against approaching the banks of the rivers, places of gathering water and waterways, for fear of the torrents.