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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.







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To get a weather situation at a specific location in random weather please do the following:


1.) Open REX and switch to Standard Mode

2.) Click on the WEATHER menu item and select Random Weather.

3.) Enter in the destination station you want weather to be created around.  Select the weather scenario you want.

4.) Then start FSX and let the weather load.



You should see the weather build as you fly towards your destination.

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