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Aviation section from the Area Forecast Discussion
issued at: Dec 20, 2014 8:30 PM HST

Light winds will allow land breezes to clear skies over the smaller islands tonight through Sunday morning, with prevailing VFR. Meanwhile, weakening but persistent trade winds near the Big Island will carry a few SHRA over windward coasts, slopes and adjacent waters, resulting in isol MVFR cig/vis. Light winds and a stable island atmosphere continuing through Sunday will lead to areas of interior cloudiness by Sunday afternoon, with isol MVFR cig possible over all islands. A front arriving from the NW late in the day will bring increasing N to NE winds and MVFR vis/cig in SHRA, affecting Kauai initially tomorrow evening.


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