A shift in winds should make smoke and haze less of a factor in the Las Vegas sky, according to the National Weather Service.
Smoke, haze, temperatures about 10 degrees above normal and no rain remain the main factors in the Las Vegas weather forecast, the National Weather Service says.
Las Vegas might have another heat record for 2020 before the week ends.
There is a lone rain shower moving north along McCullough Range toward the city, according to a tweet from the weather service.
The summer came and went without a drop of measurable rain at McCarran International Airport, leaving the Las Vegas Valley with a record dry spell.
As of Thursday, Las Vegas tied its longest streak of no measurable rain — 150 days — at McCarran International Airport. The record, first set in 1959, is likely to be broken Friday, the National Weather Service said.
Smoke from wildfires has prompted Clark County to extend a smoke advisory through Thursday.
Smoke from California wildfires will be present in the Las Vegas sky on Friday but should not pose too much of an air quality issue.
Las Vegas Valley residents should have a great weather day Thursday with light winds and highs in the mid-80s, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast.
Breezy conditions and temperatures 15 degrees below normal will greet Las Vegas residents Wednesday, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast.
NV Energy reported 4,483 customers without power just before 8 a.m., and Las Vegas police reported a tree had fallen onto a power line along Wynn Road.
Las Vegas Valley residents faced high wind gusts Tuesday morning as a cold front moved into the region.
Las Vegas Valley residents will have to endure one more day of record heat on Labor Day before conditions take a major turn to windy and cool weather.
Las Vegas reached 114 degrees on Sunday, an all-time September record for the valley, the National Weather Service said in a tweet.
On Saturday, the high temperature at McCarran International Airport reached 112 degrees, breaking the record of 109 set in 1977, the National Weather Service reported.