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  1. Hello, I like flying in real-weather conditions but I prefer flying thru thunderstorms with lot of turbulences and so, I want to use the random scenario option. I'd prefer to have storms in approach so I always select my arrival airport as the center of the storm on the weather map. But here is the problem, the storm is not present in FSX! Do I have to use WXPlus Weather engine or the Standard one? Do I have to select my departing or arrival airport in REXE? REX is injecting fair weather continuously "like in real-weather mode" all the way to destination and I have no problems with storms in Real-Weather Conditions mode. I want to use Random scenario to fly where my add-ons are, not searching for any storm in real time. So my question is: What do I have to do to get a thunderstorm at destination? Hope I was clear, I searched but I don't think this issue as been reported. Thks!
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