A strong cold front moved through the Las Vegas Valley overnight, bringing gusty winds and cooler temperatures.
The Henderson Fire Department talks about double-checking car seats in the Las Vegas heat to remember children who may be in the car. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas has now received more rainfall so far this year than the city sees in an entire average year. We’ve had 4.2 inches of rain through May 10th. The average amount for the whole year is 4.19 inches. (Harrison Keely/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The National Weather Service on Monday afternoon issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the southwest Las Vegas Valley. Areas saw rain, thunder, lightning, and even hail. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Mount Charleston saw heavy snow today, and fog in lower elevations as a cold front swept across the Las Vegas Valley. (Benjamin Hager/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Rain falls at Red Rock Canyon and over the Las Vegas Valley on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. (Eric Verduzco/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
A snowstorm brings seven inches to Lee Canyon with more expected throughout the week. (Lee Canyon Resorts)
Light snow flurries in Anthem Highlands in Henderson on Monday morning, the last day of 2018.
Meteorologist Chelsea Kryston discusses the Las Vegas National Weather Service’s balloon carrying a radiosonde that collects temperature, humidity and pressure readings.
A drizzly Thursday could drop as much as a quarter-inch of rain on the Las Vegas Valley. Chances of rain will be between 60 and 70 percent for most of the day before diminishing at night. Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal