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Aviation section from the Area Forecast Discussion
issued at: Apr 27, 2015 8:30 PM HST

Strong high pressure north of the islands will keep strong NE trade winds going through Tuesday. A dissipating front over the central islands will keep enhanced clouds and showers affecting mainly N thru E sections of the central and northern islands through the overnight hours. As a result, MVFR cigs and/or vsbys can be expected to occasionally affect PHLI, PHMK, PHNY, PHOG, and PHTO through the overnight hours. Some improvement in conditions is expected later tonight as the moisture associated with the decaying front begins to lift northward and away from the islands.

Airmet sierra is in effect for mountain obscuration for portions of each island, with conditions likely to continue through much of the night.

Airmet tango remains in effect for low level turb over and to the S thru W of the mountains from Kauai to Maui, and these conditions will likely continue through Tuesday.

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