Lightning and thunder was seen and heard in the southeast Las Vegas Valley about 4 a.m. Monday, July 20. (Glenn Puitt/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The National Weather Service has forecast Sunday as the hottest day this year. Sunday is set to reach 114 degrees — the highest temperature in the valley since late July 2018
While relief from the Las Vegas heat spell is on its way, you’ll have to wait several days for it. In the meantime, there’s some valuable tips to keep you hydrated.
Jose Kuykendall, a local hospital nurse, plays his saxophone during a sunny Tuesday at Sunset Park. Kuykendall plays to relax and to keep his mind active while practicing social distancing. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Steady rain falling on a Summerlin street about 2 p.m. Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020.
Las Vegas residents get out to enjoy the snow at Lee Canyon on Mount Charleston. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Isolated showers depart when gusty winds move in probably remain through Wednesday, March 25, when another storm front is expected. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Southern Nevada residents and visitors are in for a wet few days, perhaps more, according to the National Weather Service. (James Schaeffer)
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for Cajon Pass that could impact travel on I-15 between Las Vegas and Southern California from late Sunday night through Tuesday morning. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
As Troopers were standing next to two highway patrol vehicles, on SR156-LeeCanyon near the top of the Mount Charleston,a Cadillac Escalade coming down the mountain was traveling too fast for the weather conditions and lost control. The vehicle slid for approximately 400 feet before striking the parked NHP Ford F-150. (Nevada Highway Patrol)