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    Default 11/15 DFW-ATL DAL2210 5:15pm

    Heading home from Dallas tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at 5:15pm , again on a 757. Not liking the weather en route, and the maps look a little full of color for me, but hopefully this won't be too bad. Thanks.

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    I see what you're seeing. I'll look again tonight, but it's looking to be a flight with some moderate possible, but we'll see.
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    Change in plans. Had to move it up to be home earlier, so now on:

    DAL 1482, DFW 9:45am to ATL

    Not sure if that changes anything but thanks for taking another look!

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    I'm surprised by how much the maps have changed, it's like the jet took a relaxing vacation. Be prepared for some moderate about of DFW, but the shading has really decreased, hopefully it's a decent flight.
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    All in all not too bad. Climb out was absolutely fine, but then we hit about 10-15 minutes of light to moderate before cruising altitude. Stayed quiet for a while and then on and off for the remainder, and bumpy coming in to ATL. But really not bad at all.

    Am leaving Friday for a LONG trip to South Africa and will ask in the next couple of days for your thoughts.

    Thanks!

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