The week leading up to Thanksgiving will be close to seasonal norms for Las Vegas Valley residents, but a storm could make the holiday a wet one.
Friday through Sunday will see clear skies, light winds and highs in the low 60s with overnight lows in the low to mid-40s, according to the National Weather Service forecast.
Monday will likely see the high for the week with 65 predicted before a steady dip in daytime highs through Thanksgiving when meteorologists forecast partly sunny skies with a chance of rain and a high of 54.
Forecasters said the scope and timing of a possible Thanksgiving storm is not yet clear.
Another storm is on its way and will arrive next week, around 🦃 day.
This one could be a significant snow-producer and rain-maker 🌨️🌧️
— NWS Las Vegas (@NWSVegas) November 22, 2019
For potential weekend visitors to Mt. Charleston, skies should be clear this weekend with highs in the lower 40s. There is a chance for snow each day next week through Thanksgiving.
At Red Rock, the weekend forecast calls for sunny skies, highs in the low 50s with winds about 10 mph.