Following Wednesday’s rain and flash flooding, it will be a “ho-hum” week in the Las Vegas Valley, according to the National Weather Service.
There will be little variation in the forecast from Thursday through Tuesday, with highs forecast near 107 degrees each day and overnight lows hovering between 82 and 87.
Mostly clear skies also are expected during that period.
“It’s a pretty quiet, warm and ho-hum week,” said meteorologist Chris Outler, noting the average high in the valley for this time of year is 104 degrees.
Authorities were still dealing with the aftermath of flash flooding in a southwest valley neighborhood Thursday morning, with water continuing to flow across roads and into residential developments.