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MyFlightForecast.com gives the most relevant data of Flight or Aviation Turbulence Maps and Forecasting Reports for the passenger to determine ride conditions, potential delays, and most importantly, will there be any turbulence in flying.Turbulence Forecast

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Turbulence can be caused by a number of things, differential in surface temperatures causing a rising of air, the Jetstream, Weather Fronts,Thunderstorms or even other planes! What you need to understand is, turbulence is a very normal phenomenon, and it would be more uncommon for you to not have any turbulence, as opposed to experiencing some.

FlyHome, the leading source in Fear of Flying Relief Courses, says that there is a very common misunderstanding when it comes to turbulence. Clients feel as if the plane is "Dropping" hundreds, or even thousands of feet. I can assure you, this is NOT the case! The body can give many false illusions while flying through turbulence, and the plane is not "Dropping", it is more of a shift that can happen vertically, or laterally, however, the plane is producing so much lift at the speeds that it is flying, that "Dropping", is not in the equation.

To Understand the Turbulence Reports above, click on the Turbulence Report and it will tell you the classification (Light, Moderate or Severe), and it will also tell you the altitude and type of plane that reported this turbulence.Common areas of Turbulence are: Mountains, larger bodies of water, coast lines, warmer climates and flying in proximity to the Jetstream.

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Satellite Imagery is used by pilots to determine locations of clouds or fog, therefor potentially decreasing the amount of visibility - but don't fret, pilots and aircraft are trained and equipped to fly in areas of decreased visibility. Pilots will also reference the satellite imagery to identify other potential areas of turbuelence. When a plane fly's, its wings are generating lift due to the air flowing above and below the wing, if you add a little moisture (clouds) to the equation, the composition of the air is made up a little bit differently.

The plane will feel the affects of this in the form of turbulence! A great analogy would be to picture yourself driving in a car on a paved roadway, and then you turn onto a dirt road, the composition of the road is now a little bit different, and the car ride might not feel as smooth as it did on the paved road. This is the same scenario as when a plane transitions from clear air, into a cloud. Do Not Worry, clouds are not as scary as they seem!

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1999

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