The city’s Courtyard Homeless Resource Center was packed overnight, with about 200 people huddling for warmth to fend off near-freezing temperatures.
On Halloween morning, parts of the Las Vegas Valley will feel temperatures around freezing, according to the National Weather Service.
With low temperatures forecast to be near freezing or in the upper 20s this week, Las Vegas and Clark County officials are offering advice to residents to help them deal with the early onset of cold weather.
Wind associated with the cold front that passed through the valley early Sunday will persist for much of Sunday with gusts out of the north up to 40 mph.
The National Weather Service has issued a fire weather watch, starting early Sunday morning, due to high winds and low humidity. Outdoor burning is discouraged.
A sunny and dry weekend will continue in the Las Vegas Valley, and windy conditions are forecast for Sunday.
After a couple of days of crisp fall weather, temperatures are expected to warm up again and hover in the 80s throughout next week.
The Las Vegas Valley will see sunshine and dry conditions this weekend, but temperatures are expected to drop by 10 degrees mid-way through next week.
Sunny skies, mild winds and high temperatures in the upper 80s are forecast for the Las Vegas Valley for the next week.