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Aviation section from the Area Forecast Discussion
issued at: Jan 20, 2017 9:56 AM HST

The high pressure ridge north of the Hawaiian Islands will continue to weaken today as a weak cold front approaches Hawaii from the northwest. Expect a weak trade wind regime through the afternoon. High pressure moves in behind the front increasing our northeasterly trade winds later tonight. Mostly VFR conditions are forecast with only isolated MVFR mainly over windward airfields.

No Airmet is expected today. However increasing winds behind the cold front will require an Airmet for turbulence this weekend.


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