Winds around 30 mph covered much of Las Vegas and the region Thursday morning as a cold front blew in. The forecast is for gusts into the 50s.
Winds on Thanksgiving Day and Friday could be dangerous on area waterways, according to the National Weather Service.
Thanksgiving Day in the Las Vegas area will be chilly and breezy, according to the National Weather Service.
Other than some occasional windy conditions, Las Vegas weather will be mostly uneventful for Thanksgiving week, according to the National Weather Service.
Pleasant weather with little wind and no precipitation is expected into the weekend and next week, according to the National Weather Service.
Winds gusting up to 45 mph could make travel conditions difficult over most of Southern Nevada on Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Temperatures about 10 degrees above normal will grace Las Vegas on Tuesday before windy conditions arrive and a cold front follows, says the National Weather Service.
A breezy start to the weekend will calm Saturday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
Infrequent but bright fireballs might be visible in the Nevada sky the next few nights as the annual Taurid meteor shower nears its close.
A cool Veterans’s Day will gradually warm into a decent weekend for Las Vegas residents and visitors, says the National Weather Service.
The National Weather Service recorded a high temperature of 54 degrees, 1 degree lower than the 1946 record of 55. About 3.5 inches of snow fell on Mount Charleston.
The Las Vegas Valley is experiencing its first winter storm this weekend as two potent weather systems arrive a day apart, according to the National Weather Service.
It was hot again Friday, setting a record high for the November date, but say goodbye to the record-breaking temperatures for a while.
Winter is about to make an appearance in the Las Vegas Valley, and it could mean the first official rainfall since April.
After several days of nearly breaking daily high records, the Las Vegas Valley reached 86 degrees Wednesday, breaking the record-high temperature.