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Aviation section from the Area Forecast Discussion
issued at: Aug 22, 2017 8:04 PM HST

A strong high pressure center well north of Hawaii will produce moderate to locally breezy easterly trade winds over the islands. Scattered shower activity will continue into the morning hours with prevailing VFR conditions. Brief periods of MVFR conditions in showers are possible tonight and Wednesday morning along northeastern slopes of all islands potentially affecting Hilo and Lihue terminals. Drier air will filter into the islands from the northeast on Wednesday with a reduction in shower activity statewide through the rest of the week.

AIRMET Tango for low level mechanical turbulence remains in effect.


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