The Las Vegas Valley should have its first freezing temperatures of the season Tuesday night.
Tuesday will be the week’s coldest night, with a nighttime low of 42 degrees, but temperatures should fall below freezing “on the outskirts” of the valley, meteorologist John Adair said.
Light winds from Monday will persist through Tuesday with a forecast high of 56 degrees. Highs for the rest of the week should be Wednesday, 54 degrees; Thursday, 56 degrees; Friday, 53 degrees; Saturday, 56 degrees and Sunday, 60 degrees, according to the Weather Service.
Strong north winds and some clouds will head into the valley Friday.
“They might be strong enough for an advisory,” Adair said. “Looking like a good chance of gusts over 40 mph.”
Review-Journal Reporter Rio Lacanlale contributed to this report. Contact Rachel Hershkovitz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 702-383-0381. Follow @rzhershkovitz on Twitter.