The beginning of the week in the Las Vegas Valley may see rain, but the end of the week will be dry and above 110 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
Monday’s forecast high is 107 degrees, with a 20 percent of thunderstorms, meteorologist Caleb Steel said.
The valley is expected to stay dry for the rest of the week, with Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s highs at 107 degrees and Thursday’s at 108 degrees.
The weekend will reach average highs of about 111 degrees.
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