Another cold front will move through the Las Vegas Valley as the new year approaches, but the National Weather Service says “the warmth” will return soon after.
Windy conditions will accompany “substantially below normal” temperatures this week in Las Vegas, the National Weather Service said.
Tuesday rains brought the Las Vegas Valley a wet Christmas — if only for a little while. It was likely the last time the valley will see rain this year, according to the National Weather Service.
Cool and possibly rainy weather is in the forecast for Christmas in the Las Vegas Valley, and snow is likely on Mount Charleston, the National Weather Service said.
On Saturday night, the valley could see December’s lone full moon, dubbed the “Cold Moon.” Its called the Cold Moon because it occurs around the winter solstice, according to accuweather.com.
After a mostly cloudy weekend, the National Weather Service forecasts a 10 percent chance of rain on Christmas Eve, increasing to 20 percent on Christmas Day.
It was 10 years ago this week that an epic snowstorm struck the Las Vegas Valley, with parts of the valley seeing 10 inches.
Las Vegans can expect dry, unseasonably warm weather for much of this week, according to the National Weather Service.