Temperatures about 10 to 12 degrees above normal will persist in the Las Vegas Valley for the next week, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast.
Sunday’s weather in Las Vegas will be a carbon copy of Saturday — sunny skies, a high in the low 90s and windy conditions.
Windy conditions in the Las Vegas Valley will continue through the weekend with winds gusting close to 25 mph.
After falling short of the 100-degree mark in April, Las Vegas will stay in the mid-90s as May opens.
For the first time since records have been kept, Las Vegas is expected to reach 100 degrees in April.
McCarran International Airport has never reached 100 degrees during April, but that may change with a forecast high of 102 on Wednesday.
The Las Vegas Valley has gone from a cool early April to end the month with an excessive heat watch next week.
A slight disturbance will bring windy conditions Friday and drop the high temperature in Las Vegas several degrees.
If it hasn’t felt like summer to you, it probably will before Thursday is over.
Wednesday will be the warmest day of 2020, beginning a warming trend that will see temperatures in Las Vegas approach 100 degrees by early next week.
After some lingering morning showers clear out, Las Vegas skies should be sunny Tuesday after a record rainfall Monday.
Las Vegas residents will see sunny skies and feel a high near 80 on Sunday with some winds approaching 20 mph.
Some light rain showers wettened streets and yards across the Las Vegas Valley on Saturday.
The National Weather Service forecast Friday calls for a high of 77 under mostly sunny skies.
The Las Vegas Valley is forecast to see its second 80-degree day of the spring on Thursday.