The month of May turned out to be the wettest May in more than three decades, the National Weather Service said. But June is getting off to a warmer, drier start this weekend.
The Las Vegas Valley has about a week left before high temperatures are expected to top the 100-degree mark, according to the National Weather Service.
Temperatures in the Las Vegas Valley are expected to climb into the 90s by the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
Dry conditions and clear skies are expected the rest of the week as temperatures reach the 90s by the weekend, the National Weather Service said.
Memorial Day could have few scattered showers throughout the Las Vegas Valley with a 30 percent chance of rain Monday afternoon.
A potentially record-setting cool Memorial Day will precede a warming trend through the rest of the week, according to the National Weather Service.
If you’re planning on going to Mt. Charleston for the Memorial Day weekend, be prepared for snow, the National Weather Service said.
The Las Vegas Valley can expect sunny skies for much of the holiday weekend. Winds will increase through Sunday. There is a 30 percent risk of rain Sunday.
Memorial Day weekend will be cooler than average in the Las Vegas Valley, even as temperatures expected to rise Friday and Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
Las Vegas has seen some strange weather so far in 2019, with unusually cool, wet conditions that set records and helped reduce water use.