The National Weather Service is predicting a brief cool down in temperatures midweek as a slight chance for showers and thunderstorms rolls into the Las Vegas Valley.
The record, which eclipsed the 111 degrees seen on July 13, came after an excessive heat warning was issued early Monday for the valley.
The summer grasshopper invasion in the Las Vegas Valley is so large it may be showing up on the National Weather Service’s radar as evening rain storms.
Storm clouds may be visible south of the valley Monday, but Barry Pierce, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service, said residents shouldn’t expect any isolated thunderstorms until Tuesday afternoon.
After a sunny and dry weekend,clouds and isolated thunderstorms are expected over Clark County by Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
Windy conditions will continue through Friday, and storms could darken the Las Vegas Valley as early as Sunday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
The Las Vegas Valley will stay hot and sunny this week, according to the National Weather Service. And conditions may get gusty Tuesday.
It was back to a normal hot Las Vegas summer in the valley after Friday’s surprise rain, with temperatures peaking at 111 degrees Saturday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
Radar from the National Weather Service shows some showers and storms affecting central and western portions of the valley Friday afternoon.
The Las Vegas Valley reached 109 degrees Thursday, the hottest day of 2019, the National Weather Service said.