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

Vfr conditions will prevail overnight and Thursday morning throughout the Hawaiian islands. Passing showers and brief MVFR conditions will be possible, mainly on windward slopes. Increasing tropical moisture is forecast to move into the Big Island Thursday afternoon, bringing the potential for more widespread showers and MVFR conditions along with areas of mountain obscuration. Typical VFR trade wind conditions should prevail across the smaller islands through Thursday afternoon.

Due to continued moderate to locally breezy trade winds, airmet tango for low level turbulence is in effect, covering the areas over and immediately south through west of the higher terrain.

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