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Las Vegas Valley to expect warm week ahead

Updated July 8, 2019 - 12:07 am

The Las Vegas Valley will stay warm but slightly below average before highs begin to rise again.

After reaching a high of 101 degrees on Sunday, the high will dip down to 99 degrees on Monday as winds between 9 and 14 mph continue through the day and into the evening, the National Weather Service said. Winds will decrease overnight and should stay light through Tuesday, when the high for the day will climb back up to about 101.

Wednesday will kick off a warming trend with sunny skies and a high near 104, the weather service said. Thursday and Friday should see highs of 107 and 108 degrees, respectively. The typical high for this time of year is about 104 degrees.

The overnight low should bottom out at 77 degrees on Tuesday before climbing up through the week and up to 84 degrees by Friday, the weather service said.

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

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