Image 1 of 11: Lebanese women perform a dance in a street as rain approaches the mediterranean country after several months of drought.
Image 1 of 11: Lebanon, Beirut : Thunder strikes off the shores of Beirut as rain approaches after several months of drought.
Image 1 of 11: A general view shows the Lebanese ancient northern port of Byblos as heavy winds and rain whipped across Lebanon.
Image 1 of 11: High waves flood a fish restaurant on the Mediterranean coast of the northern Lebanese port of Byblos.
Image 1 of 11: A Lebanese man fishes during a storm on the Mediterranean coast off the northern Lebanese port of Byblos.
Image 1 of 11: A fishing boat floats in wavy waters in the Lebanese ancient Mediterranean port of Byblos as heavy winds and rain whipped across Lebanon, grounding flights, knocking down billboards and causing nationwide traffic jams in the first winter storm to hit the country after months of drought.
Image 1 of 11: Lebanese fishermen check their boats in the ancient northern port of Byblos.
Image 1 of 11: High waves hit Beirut promenades
Image 1 of 11: A car is damaged by a satellite dish which fell off the roof of a building in Beirut.
Image 1 of 11: A damaged pilot training plane is pictured at the tarmac of Beirut international airport, as heavy winds topped 100 kilometres (60 miles) an hour.
Image 1 of 11: A municipality worker clears the mud as high waves rip off paving stones on Beirut's Mediterranean promenade.
Beirut: Lebanon was hit by a heavy winter storm on Saturday, disrupting flights at its international airport and destroying small training planes, an airport official said.
The winds, which reached 100 km/h, destroyed the four planes parked at Beirut's Rafik Hariri International Airport. The wind overturned some of the aircraft and rammed others into a nearby electricity pole, but no one was hurt.