The possibility of showers in the Las Vegas Valley will bring cooler temperatures Labor Day weekend, the National Weather Service said.
A 20 percent chance of rain Sunday will come with a 102-degree high and mostly cloudy skies. Windy conditions are expected in the late afternoon, the weather service said. Winds will reach between 20 and 30 mph.
The lingering 20 percent chance of showers could dampen Labor Day weekend celebrations. The forecast high will hit 103 degrees Monday, and partly cloudy skies and light winds up to 15 mph will be present, the weather service said.
The forecast high is expected to jump to 105 degrees Tuesday, but the valley “should be approaching normal again by the end of the week,” meteorologist Chelsea Kryston said.
Temperatures should be near 100 degrees through Friday, the weather service said. The average forecast high for this time of year is 99 degrees.
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