Gusty winds could reach 30 mph across the Las Vegas Valley on Tuesday. The weekend outlook offers highs in the mid-70s.
The Las Vegas skies brought us plenty of rain and dark clouds Saturday, but as the saying goes, every dark cloud has a silver lining.
The caucus came and went in the Las Vegas Valley, but the rain and mountain snow that fell Saturday was expected to stick around into the evening, according to the National Weather Service.
Some lightning strikes are possible Saturday when rain is expected during the Nevada caucuses and NASCAR events in the Las Vegas Valley.
Going to the race track or to your neighborhood caucus on Saturday? Better bring your rain gear and umbrella.
Thursday marks one year since the arrival of the Feb. 20-21, 2019, snowstorm that closed schools, snagged traffic and broke a decade-long, snowless streak.
A seasonably warm weekend will be followed by a breezy start to the work week in the Las Vegas Valley, the National Weather Service said.
A warn Saturday in the Las Vegas Valley is expected to be followed by a cold front and rain chances at the beginning of the week, the National Weather Service said.
If the weather in the Las Vegas Valley plans to follow its typical patterns, February should shape up to be much wetter than the first month of the year.
The forecast weekend temperatures are “quite a bit above average for this time of year,” said Alex Boothe, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.