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Las Vegas to see triple-digit temps this week

Updated June 23, 2019 - 9:39 pm

After below-normal temperatures in the Las Vegas Valley over the weekend, triple-digit temperatures are expected to return this week, according to the National Weather Service.

Sunday topped out at 94 degrees, meteorologist Chelsea Kryston said, 7 degrees below normal.

Monday will kick off the workweek with a low near 72 and a high of 102. Light winds should pick up Monday afternoon.

Winds on Tuesday could gust up to 25 mph but will disappear overnight, the weather service said. Tuesday’s high should also reach about 102 with a morning low near 76.

Highs on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday should all hit about 100, with morning lows in the mid- to low 70s, the weather service said.

Contact Max Michor at mmichor@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0365. Follow @MaxMichor on Twitter. Review-Journal staff writer Rachel Spacek contributed to this report.

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