Updated December 2, 2022 - 5:44 am
A windy Thursday and early Friday should give way to a near normal Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
The sky should be sunny with an afternoon high near 60 and east-northeast winds of 6-10 mph.
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Winds late Thursday night were expected to gust as high as 55 mph in the Spring Mountains and Sheep Range overnight. Gusts around 30 mph were recorded in the valley on Thursday afternoon and evening. A wind advisory was to expire at 4 a.m. Friday.
The Saturday low should be near 46 with light winds at Harry Reid International Airport before an afternoon high near 62.
A high of 66 is forecast for Sunday. The normal high this time of year is 60.
The average temperature for November was 52.2, about 5 degrees below normal, said meteorologist Morgan Stessman.
November of 1938 at an average temperature of 46.0 was the coldest November since records were started in 1937. This year was the 15th coldest November. The normal average temperature for November is 57.2.