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Brief description of the issue:
Currently, if we want to fly without horribly unreal turbulence during the day, there is a way to do it. During the daytime real time CET, we choose to fly in California, choosing daylight hours even though it is actually night time there and vice versa.
Generally, the unrealistic turbulences in the simulator are closely related to the real hour of the day that prevails in the area. When you try this, you will find that the gusts of wind, the force, and all the forces in the air are working properly.
To sum up, the troubles resulting from the ascending currents after the surface warms up are ultra exaggerated, underdeveloped, it seems that they are not influenced by either the topography or the type of terrain. The only difference is over the water.
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JUST RUN the Sim set real weather, but take place where now it’s night in real, and take day hours.
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