Windy and cool conditions are forecast for the Las Vegas Valley for the middle of the week before a chance of rain Thursday.
Southern Nevada residents and visitors are in for a wet few days, perhaps more, according to the National Weather Service.
Thursday marks one year since the arrival of the Feb. 20-21, 2019, snowstorm that closed schools, snagged traffic and broke a decade-long, snowless streak.
Snow was falling in the Spring Mountains Wednesday morning, a part of the storm that brought rain to the Las Vegas Valley and Southern Nevada.
With an area of high pressure staying firm along the West Coast, the mild weather conditions experienced in the Las Vegas Valley will remain for several days.
A windy Thursday afternoon and evening are forecast as a cold front moves through the Las Vegas Valley.
Sunny skies and moderate winds dominate the weekend forecast for the Las Vegas Valley.
Dry conditions and winds gusting up to 40 mph bring a red flag warning for much of Monday by the National Weather Service.
The Las Vegas Valley could surpass its average annual rainfall amount with showers expected this week, according to the National Weather Service.
Thunderstorms moved across the Las Vegas Valley on Monday, bringing rain and hail that measured a half inch to three-quarters of an inch