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Las Vegas Valley forecast calls for above-normal temps

Updated April 22, 2019 - 8:33 pm

Temperatures in the Las Vegas Valley will jump well above the normal high of 80 degrees this week, according to the National Weather Service.

The valley will see dry conditions and mostly clear skies through at least Friday, along with rising temperatures.

Tuesday is expected to reach 87, followed by highs of 91 on Wednesday and 95 on Thursday and Friday, the weather service said.

Overnight lows this week will be in the upper 60s. Friday’s overnight low is expected to reach 70.

Contact Rio Lacanlale at rlacanlale@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0381. Follow @riolacanlale on Twitter. Review-Journal staff writer Mike Shoro contributed to this report.

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