U.S. Highway 95 has reopened at the Nevada-California in southern Clark County after it was shut down because of ice on the road, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
The best chances for snow in the Las Vegas valley will come late Wednesday afternoon and early in the evening, according to the National Weather Service.
New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day plans might need to be altered to include staying home, keeping warm and maybe participating in snowball fights for fun as the National Weather Service is almost certain there will be accumulated snow in the valley and the Mojave Desert.
New Year’s Eve prediction for Las Vegas: It definitely will be cold and it probably will snow.
Cover up your pipes and plants and don’t over-water. Las Vegas is about to freeze. So says a meteorologist, who also forecasts high winds that will make Saturday, the weekend and the week beyond colder than the thermometer shows, and a local landscaper, who knows his plants well.
If you didn’t find what you wanted under the tree this morning, it might be because Santa’s sleigh got blown off course.
Surprise! Las Vegas Valley won’t be getting snow on Christmas Day, but the nearby mountains might get some, according to the National Weather Service.
Christmas Day might be a cloudy and cooler one for Las Vegas, according to the National Weather Service.
The rain that trickled down throughout the Las Vegas Valley on Wednesday is not here to stay — but cool temps are.
Overnight snow produced enough of a dusting to stick on Mount Charleston and the Sheep Range mountains. But National Weather Service meteorologist Chris Outler said sunny skies on Sunday and Monday will likely prevent any further snow until Tuesday.