SWA2357, STL to PDX, departing 1:48 PM CDT, Mar 31

(Forecast data last collected: 2020-03-31T21:00:00 UTC)

Map of continental US with illustrated flight path and turbulence forecast (described in text below)

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  1. Takeoff from STL at 1:48 PM CDT, Mar 31.
  2. 1:49 PM CDT: Calm skies for the next 2 hours and 12 minutes.
  3. 4:01 PM CDT: Light turbulence likely for the next 4 minutes.
  4. 4:05 PM CDT: Moderate turbulence likely for the next 21 minutes.
  5. 4:26 PM CDT: Light turbulence likely for the next 13 minutes.
  6. 4:39 PM CDT: Moderate turbulence likely for the next 10 minutes.
  7. 4:49 PM CDT: Light turbulence likely for the next 56 minutes.
  8. 5:45 PM CDT: Calm skies for the rest of the flight.
  9. Landing at PDX at 5:51 PM CDT.

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