The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for the Las Vegas Valley.
The warning will be in effect Monday night through Tuesday morning when the valley is expected to experience lows near 37 degrees.
Meteorologist Reid Wolcott, who confirmed Monday and Tuesday will be “the coldest nights of the season so far,” warns the public to “bring pets indoors, protect any sensitive plants and dress warmly.”
High near 55 degrees are forecast through Tuesday, the weather service said, but “slightly warmer” temperatures should emerge in the later part of the week.
Wednesday will reach 61 degrees, followed by temperature highs of 62 and 65 on Thursday and Friday, respectively.
Cold weather safety tips
• Insulate walls and attics.
• Protect exposed pipes by wrapping them in insulation or layers of newspaper.
• Turn off your outdoor sprinkler system.
• Do not use gas appliances such as ranges or ovens to heat your home.
• Dress warmly to avoid frostbite. Clothing made of wool or synthetic fibers offer more insulation than cotton.
• If it’s too cold for you, it’s probably too cold for household pets to be kept outdoors for long periods of time.
— Clark County