The heat will intensify a bit each day over the region, bringing an excessive heat warning Saturday through Monday.
Hot and breezy conditions will envelop the Las Vegas Valley on Tuesday, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast.
A heat wave will continue all week in the Las Vegas Valley, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast.
Expect warm and mild conditions tonight for fireworks shows across the Las Vegas Valley, the National Weather Service said.
Start at 102 degrees and add a degree or two each day. That’s the July 4 weekend temperature formula for the Las Vegas Valley.
A typical Las Vegas Fourth of July is in store for the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
A windy Wednesday will be felt by anybody venturing outdoors in the Las Vegas Valley.
Las Vegas Valley temperatures will be returning to normal highs by the July Fourth weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
A cold front moved through the Las Vegas Valley overnight, dropping winds and temperatures considerably.
On Sunday, the National Weather Service reported a large cloud of dust rolling into town from the Jean Dry Lake bed, obscuring parts of the mountains that ring the valley.
It could be a wet and windy Friday afternoon around Las Vegas as storms are forecast to develop in the Spring Mountains and perhaps in the valley, the National Weather Service says.
Cloudy skies will clear early Thursday in the Las Vegas Valley, bringing on another hot day.
A break from the Las Vegas heat spell is on its way — but you’ll have to wait until early next week for it.
Tuesday should see a maximum temperature of 109 degrees at McCarran Internation Airport, identical to Monday’s high, says the National Weather Service.
Monday’s Las Vegas Valley weather will be nearly identical to Sunday when the mercury rose to 107 with light and variable winds.