Winds up to 20 mph are expected for the Las Vegas Valley on Thursday with a 50 percent chance of rain late in the day.
Areas southeast of Las Vegas will see rain over the next 24 hours as a storm front primarily hits northwest Arizona, says the National Weather Service.
An approaching storm front will create wind gusts up to 25 mph on Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
The weekend in the Las Vegas Valley is expected to be mostly cloudy, but rain chances are going to come back early next week, according to the National Weather Service.
Minor flooding can be expected anywhere in the Las Vegas Valley on Friday. The North Las Vegas Airport received 1.64 inches to top valley rainfall overnight.
The previous record for March 12 was 0.24 inches, set in 1973, the National Weather Service tweeted. “So far today at 0.77 as of 9PM!” the tweet said.
Motorists can expect a longer commute across the Las Vegas Valley on Wednesday morning as roads remain wet and slick from widespread rainfall overnight.
The heaviest rainfall Tuesday was seen in the southern Las Vegas Valley, and by about 10 p.m., rain was still moving north across the valley.
The rain may hit the hardest on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, with a 70 percent chance for showers in the forecast.
A strong chance for rain is in the forecast Tuesday and Wednesday and perhaps Thursday.
A string of above-average temperatures will continue Friday for the Las Vegas Valley before conditions turn windy on Saturday.
With mostly sunny skies and light winds, some Las Vegas Valley residents, especially the east side, will likely feel 80 degrees on Friday.
Sunny skies, light winds and temperatures in the mid-70s are forecast for the Las Vegas Valley until the weekend.
As I looked at the images coming from tornado damage in Nashville, I can’t help but remember what it was like living in that city and dealing with its weather.
The National Weather Service said the weather will be dry for the rest of the week, warming up to the high 70s by Friday.