Sorry. The conditions that create turbulence are highly localized and are dependent upon so many factors that it is not possible to predict in any reliable way. That is why we have to depend upon pilot reports to tell us what the conditions are ahead of us while aircraft are following along in trail.
I am a private pilot and was flying last week and the conditions were quite turbulent at my altitude for a half an hour and then it was smooth as glass. I always tell my passengers that, like water, air is a liquid and what you feel as bumpiness and turbulence are just waves in the air. If you sail or ride on boats you know that sometimes the sea is rough and sometimes it is not. You just can't see the white caps when you are flying but it is essentially the same effect.