The Las Vegas Valley will be windy and chilly through the weekend.
The cold front that arrived early Thursday morning is sticking around, National Weather Service meteorologist Todd Lericos said. The morning low Friday hit 50 degrees, and the high reached 67 during the day.
Saturday’s high will likely be about the same, with an overnight low of about 43. Temperatures are forecast to fall again on Sunday, Veteran’s Day, with mild wind, a high near 62 and an overnight low at about 44.
Winds will lessen next week and the valley is expected to enjoy sunny, mid-60s temperatures. Monday will see a high of about 62, with Tuesday hitting 64 and Wednesday climbing to about 68, the weather service said.