Warmer weather under cloudy skies is expected Tuesday, with a forecasted high of 75 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

Slight winds are expected to reach between 5 mph and 7 mph today.

Alongside warmer temperatures, the plains and the Palmer Divide are dealing with elevated fire danger today.

High temperatures are expected to continue through the week, with Wednesday’s forecast high at 76 degrees and Thursday’s near 79, according to the weather service.

Above normal temperatures will continue through Thursday afternoon across the region this week. #COwx pic.twitter.com/YXhfP1Etgw

— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) April 26, 2022

Temperatures are expected to stay warm as the week ends, though winds may pick up again on Friday and Saturday.

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The next chance of rain comes Friday night, when there’s a possibility of showers between noon and midnight.

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