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Supercomputer Weather: Mayday Around The Globe

The following images show May Day (May the 1st) weather forecasts for the US East & West Coasts, Europe, The Middle East, South America and Australasia.

They have been produced by the Medium Range Forecast Model of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA's) supercomputer weather modelling system and at this range cannot be considered overly reliable.

On May the 1st, traditional labour unions and the globalised movement against globalisation can capitalist exploitation will be holding demonstrations in nearly every corner of the world. In depth news about planned protests can be best found on the ( network of websites.

Each image below shows weather over a 12 hour period with rain indicated by the coloured lines.







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