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    Default 2/21 FLL to Atl Delta 1927@7:45am then Atl to SFO Delta 1680@11:00 am

    Hello, if you could please provide a forecast for the cross country journey it would be appreciated.
    Hopefully not to much weather activity on tuesday

    thank you

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    Sometimes it's easy to tell an extra day out, but this is not one of those times. I will look again tomorrow and see how the maps are resolving. My initial instinct is to say some occasional light to moderate, probably no worse than what you see today in the pilot reports.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tb_neg View Post
    Sometimes it's easy to tell an extra day out, but this is not one of those times. I will look again tomorrow and see how the maps are resolving. My initial instinct is to say some occasional light to moderate, probably no worse than what you see today in the pilot reports.
    thanks look forward to your update

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    Hello! Here's an update, and probably another tonight.

    Overall, not too bad for this time of year. Some occasional light to moderate is always possible at all phases, but the only major areas of concern are southeast of CO and some over the mountains. Pilot reports are pretty sparse right now, so not too bad, but not as nice as we like it. Overall, very good. There's no major storms in the US which makes things nicer as well.
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    Took another deep look just now, and the maps haven't changed at all that much, except for the usual they are shading in a little less. So the above forecast stands: probably not butter smooth the whole way, some occasional light is possible anytime, and a couple of patches of light-moderate in the aforementioned trouble areas. All in all though, not bad for this time of year, and you're extra fortunate, no weather to speak of anywhere, including the airports.
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    Didn't look too bad, how was it? Except for Colorado.
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    Hi, it was actually very good. We hit a patch somehwere in Colorado but the pilot took us up another couple thousand feet and it smoothed out. You were right on and thanks!! Hopefully Friday will be more of the same! I'll post tomorrow morning for the return

    thanks

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