I’m making this warning based on the fact that many of the established routes for today’s FNF come from the southwest en route to Seattle. If possible, if you are cruising between FL300 and FL390, try to avoid the airspace between Fresno and Tonopah. The turbulence in this area is extremely severe today.
Ideally, I recommend that flights avoid Colorado, southern Utah, southern Nevada, and the center of California. I’m flying from San Diego to Seattle and I’m getting absolutely rocked.
Just thought I’d give a friendly head’s up :)