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.
Las Vegas has seen some strange weather so far in 2019, with unusually cool, wet conditions that set records and helped reduce water use.
Snowfall made a return to the Spring Mountains overnight as unusually cool temperatures were forecast to persist in the Las Vegas Valley through the week.
Temperatures on Monday should peak at 72 degrees, about 18 degrees cooler than the normal high temperature for this time of year – 90 degrees.
A wind advisory will be in effect for the Las Vegas Valley on Sunday from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., bringing gusts up to 50 mph, according to the National Weather Service.
Gusty winds that marked Thursday’s weather in the Las Vegas Valley should die down on Friday, although breezy, cooler temperatures are expected through the weekend, National Weather Service said.
A band of storms made its way through the Las Vegas Valley on Thursday night, bringing showers and causing the first-ever rain delay at the Las Vegas Ballpark.