The south end of the Las Vegas Valley received some rain Sunday night, but conditions will be dry for at least the coming week.
“Green Valley had the widest rainfall at about .04 inches while the mountains to the south got about .08 inches,” said meteorologist Alex Boothe of the National Weather Service.
Some heavy rain was reported about 7:35 p.m. Sunday and small hail was reported between Pahrump and Las Vegas, according to the weather service.
Monday was breezy with a high of 63, and overnight lows should drop to 40 with winds around 5 mph.
Clouds will increase on Tuesday with a projected high of 57 degrees and light winds.
The rest of the week will be dry with a seasonal highs around 60 to 63 and lows in the lower 40s.