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(FOX19) -

Get ready for another beautiful afternoon with highs in the upper 60s under a partly cloudy sky.  

Look for a slight chance of a sprinkle north of Cincinnati, mainly in Union, Franklin and Butler counties for the early afternoon. 

The shower will quickly pass, and skies will return to partly cloudy. Winds will be a bit breezy as well, out of the east at 5-15 mph. 

Our mild weather will stick around for the next several days, but a pattern shift will bring unsettled weather to the tristate beginning tomorrow.  Light, scattered showers will be possible on Sunday and Monday, with a few rumbles of thunder. 

A better chance of organized thunderstorm activity will be possible Wednesday evening into Thursday. 

For an extensive weather forecast, visit the FOX19 weather page.

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