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For the immediate Hawai`i area, products issued are Terminal Aerodrome Forecasts (TAFs), area forecasts, upper level wind and temperature forecasts, and AIRMETs (AIR pilots METeorological information) for low clouds, turbulence, and icing. In addition, the Honolulu forecast office is an aviation Meteorological Watch Office that covers approximately 8,650,800 square miles. See Aviation Area Map.

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Aviation section from the Area Forecast Discussion
issued at: Jul 02, 2015 8:30 PM HST

A surface ridge over the islands, and large-scale light winds, will allow a land/sea breeze regime to prevail over the smaller islands into Friday, while light to moderate e-se winds prevail near the Big Island and Maui. Evening clouds and showers supported by the sea breeze should clear out overnight as the land breeze takes hold, but SHRA over the koolaus on Oahu will produce isol MVFR vis/cig through about 10Z. Clouds and isol SHRA are expected to again produce isol MVFR vis/cig over the interior portions of the smaller islands, and over lee slopes of the Big Island, after 21Z Friday. Overall, VFR will prevail and no airmets are expected.

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