The Las Vegas Valley will see lower temperatures and a chance for rain over the next few days, according to the National Weather Service.
Temperatures will fall as a storm system moves over the valley. Friday saw a high temperature of 100 degrees, meteorologist Clay Morgan said. Saturday will see a high of 103 degrees and has a 20 percent chance for rain.
Highs will dip below average with Sunday’s dropping to 99 degrees, Morgan said. Monday’s forecast high is 96 degrees. The weather service has forecast a 30 percent chance for rain both days.
Tuesday will likely see a high temperature of 99 degrees and also have a 20 percent chance for rain, he said.
No rain is expected on Wednesday and Thursday, but both days have expected highs of 103 degrees, the weather service said.