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Aviation section from the Area Forecast Discussion
issued at: May 22, 2019 8:45 PM HST

A light flow pattern continues across the islands this evening. Patchy broken low clouds over central Kauai should break up as night time cooling sets in. A band of broken low clouds just upwind from the Big Island and the islands of Maui County may spread MVFR ceilings across eastern shores and slopes there later tonight. However, no AIRMETS are in effect at this time. TAFS are predominantly VFR.


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