Edde village is located 45 km north of Beirut, Lebanon. It rises to an altitude of 210 metres (689.01 ft, 229 656 yd) of sea level and covers an area of 398 acres (3.98 kmÂ², 1.53628 miÂ²).
Edde has a Mediterranean climate characterized by a hot and virtually rain-free summer, pleasant fall and spring, and cool, rainy winter. August is the hottest month of the year while January and February are the coldest.
The average annual rainfall is approximately 900 millimetres, virtually all of which falls in winter, autumn and spring. Much of the rain in autumn and spring falls on a limited number of days in heavy downpours. In winter, however, the rain is more evenly spread over a large number of days. Summer receives very little (if any) rainfall. Snow in Edde is rare and usually occurs without accumulation.