Cooler temperatures, possible rain in store for Las Vegas Valley

Updated March 23, 2017 - 11:32 pm

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Review-Journal reporter Rachel Hershkovitz contributed to this story. Contact Max Michor at mmichor@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0381. Follow @MaxMichor on Twitter.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.Raiders front page large image only

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said. Raiders front page, small image only

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.Raiders front page, linking to larger image - RJ

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

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Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Thursday morning brought light showers to the Spring Mountains, but the valley stayed dry with a forecast high of 72 degrees. Friday should warm up to about 75 degrees before the high returns to 72 on Saturday, the weather service said.

Saturday should see a 20 percent chance for rain, and another storm system may head into the valley next week, the weather service said.

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