Morning clouds and winds to 32 mph are expected Monday before a strong rain risk Tuesday with up to 18 inches of snow in the mountains.
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Cooler temperatures are forecast for the foreseeable future in Las Vegas, and rain chances are expected Sunday and Tuesday, says the National Weather Service.
A few days of dry weather may ease strong snowmelt flows covering roads north of Las Vegas. A sunny, cool weekend is forecast for the valley.
An unnamed slot player hit a jackpot of nearly $500,000 at a Strip resort Friday morning.
Lincoln County and federal officials are monitoring flooding and possible evacuations in Lincoln County. Meanwhile, cool temperatures are forecast for Las Vegas.
Other Northern Nevada areas experiencing winter storm damage are now included in the emergency declaration to ease getting financial help.
Overnight flooding closed several roads in Lincoln County and damaged Echo Dam in the early morning hours.
Light rain was reported across most of the region Tuesday, the National Weather Service said.
Weather conditions in the valley will be close to seasonal norms for a few days before a chance of rain arrives in the middle of the week.
The state of emergency declared Friday because of weather conditions was expanded late Saturday to include 11 counties. U.S. 95, closed Friday by a rockslide, was reopened Saturday.
Temperatures will continue their gradual rise in the Las Vegas Valley through the weekend, says the National Weather Service.
Warming temperatures and lack of wind or precipitation will make it feel more like spring this week, says the National Weather Service.
The big guy is having a birthday on Monday and giving away ice cream cones to celebrate.
An unknown number of guests were evacuated from Boulder Station on Sunday because of smoke.
Winds are forecast to diminish a bit across the Las Vegas region on Sunday, says the National Weather Service.