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Posted at 05:08 PM ET, 09/13/2012

PM Update: A wonderful end to the wondrous work week

The weather can’t find a way to do anything wrong this week. Tomorrow brings a slight increase in warmth and humidity levels, but it’s still very pleasant. A weak cold front approaching the area poses no problem, with just some high clouds during the daylight hours.

Through Tonight: Mostly clear and not as cool as the last few nights. Lows range from the mid-to-upper 50s in the cooler suburbs to the mid-60s downtown. No need to worry about closing the windows to keep out the chill.

Friday: Morning blue skies gradually evolve into a fusion of sun and mid-to-high level clouds as winds from the south (at 5-10 mph) increase moisture over the area. It’s warm with a summer feel to the air, as highs reach 80-85.

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Pollen: All types are LOW except weeds are LOW-MODERATE.

Guatemala volcano: A volcano has erupted near the tourist destination Antigua. 33,000 people have been ordered to evacuate surrounding communities reports the Associated Press. Photo from Guatemala City | Video

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