weather icon Clear

Water park’s visitors keep their cool in Las Vegas — PHOTOS

School is out, the temperatures are rising and water parks are filling up in the Las Vegas Valley.

On Sunday, visitors to the Desert Breeze Aquatic Center in Las Vegas got a chance to cool off and enjoy the early days of June.

The heat is expected to continue Monday. The forecast high is 107 degrees. The record for June 4 is 109, set two years ago, the weather service said.

Don't miss the big stories. Like us on Facebook.
Las Vegas Valley soon might see some isolated thunderstorms

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.

New board gaming space opens Saturday in western Las Vegas

Offering Monopoly to newer, app-based games, the co-owners of Boarding School Games hope to provide a space for seasoned gamers and invite newcomers into the tabletop game community.