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Supercomputer Weather: Peace Rains In Middle East?

The above pictures show showers falling over Israel, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon on May Day. The rain and cloudy weather forecast by the NOAA supercomputer is forecast to form over Egypt in the next few hours and linger for a couple of days over Lebanon and Kurdish areas of Turkey (See links below for three day forecast)

The rain follows news of a new offer from Israel to take unilateral steps to ease the levels of tensions in Israel and the occupied territories.

For maps showing the forecast for the next four days over the levant click on the following links:

April 30th
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May Day
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May 2nd
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May 3rd
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