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Aviation section from the Area Forecast Discussion
issued at: Apr 15, 2014 8:30 PM HST

Stg trade winds will keep airmet tango for lo lvl turb going through the overnight hours and into Wednesday. We currently have airmet tango blw 150 ovr Maui and the Big Island and blw 080 for the rest of the island chain.

No widespread mtn obsc expected but will be monitored closely as we anticipate an uptick in trade wind showers overnight. These showers will favor the windward and mtn areas of all islands, with a few of these showers drifting downwind into the leeward sections of the smaller islands.

Otherwise VFR is the prevailing flying weather with brief MVFR ceilings and vis associated with the trade showers.

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