DENVER, CO. - JANUARY 31: James Chavez aka 'Orange Vader' (left) and Ralph Williams aka 'The Limo Driver' hype fans from a stage during a Denver Broncos fan
rally on Sunday January 31, 2016. (Photo By AAron Ontiveroz/The Denver Post) (THE DENVER POST | AAron Ontiveroz)

Forecasters are calling for sunny skies and warm temperatures on Tuesday in Denver for the city's Broncos' Super Bowl victory parade.

The National Weather Service in Boulder is calling for a high near 54 degrees with light winds.

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"Sunny skies and warmer temperatures can be expected today as a strong ridge of high pressure inches closer to the region," the weather service said in a forecast bulletin.

The warm trend is expected to continue into the week with highs near 64 on Wednesday, 56 on Thursday and 55 on Friday.

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