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Aviation section from the Area Forecast Discussion
issued at: Jun 19, 2018 3:43 PM HST

Light trade winds and mainly dry weather will continue across the state into Wednesday. There will be a short-lived, slight shift in the trades from an easterly direction to a more southeasterly direction. Expect mainly VFR conditions again today through Wednesday. There is a slight chance for MVFR condition in two areas; the windward slopes with showers and clouds and those areas on the Big Island, due to volcanic emissions (to include the Kona side now due to the shift in the winds.)

No AIRMETs are in effect or anticipated through this afternoon.


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