Updated June 11, 2022 - 4:28 pm
It’s possible that a 66-year-old daily record Las Vegas high temperature could fall Saturday, says the National Weather Service.
The June 11 record is 109, set in 1940 and 1956. The weather service is forecasting a high of 109.
Excessive Heat Continues
Numerous daily records in jeopardy across the forecast area this weekend, as afternoon high temps reach 10 degrees above averages for early June.
— NWS Las Vegas (@NWSVegas) June 10, 2022
#WeatherAlert: With the #ExcessiveHeatWarning for Las #Vegas and #ClarkCounty, cooling stations are being opened across the area starting tomorrow for those who need a place to escape the hot temperatures. Please take caution if spending time outside.#VegasWeather pic.twitter.com/UR0IfuKMhb
— Clark County Nevada (@ClarkCountyNV) June 8, 2022
Daytime cooling stations are open across Clark County to help those who may have a need for water and cooler air.
A Sunday low of 82 is forecast with the high rising to 106. South-southwest winds will again gust upward of 30 mph. A fire weather watch runs all day Sunday because of the winds, low humidity and dry conditions.
Monday will be cooler with a projected high of 97 with a 93 expected Tuesday.