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Posted at 04:30 PM ET, 09/24/2012

PM Update: Keeping the nice weather streak going

Temperatures continue to run below average, but given what that means here at the surface with highs in the upper 60s to near 70, it’s a rather pleasant “chill.” After another night of cool readings tonight, we’ll see warmer conditions tomorrow, but it’ll still be squarely in the “nice day” range.

Through Tonight: We’ve got clear skies and light winds on tap, which means tumbling temperatures after sunset. By late evening, the suburbs will be falling through the 50s while downtown nears that range. Lows ultimately reach the low 40s in the colder spots to near 50 downtown.

Tomorrow (Tuesday): A crisp start leads to another glorious day. Winds may increase a bit as we head into afternoon, but nothing worse than a nice breeze from the south or southwest around 10 mph. Much of the day will feature lots of sun, but we might see clouds increase late. Highs should head mainly for the mid-70s.

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Pollen update: Tree pollen is LOW, grass and weed pollen is LOW/MODERATE and mold spores are LOW.

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