While the first of two storms has left considerable snow in the Spring Mountains, any significant white stuff has primarily avoided the Las Vegas Valley.
Scattered snow could dust the Las Vegas Valley early Tuesday, a day after flurries fell in the surrounding mountains and foothills.
The highest chance of snow in the central valley won’t come until Tuesday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
Several storms have made their way through the Las Vegas Valley since Friday, dropping one-third an inch of rain in Henderson, but meteorologists say the big storm is coming Monday.
A Friday storm dropped a quarter-inch of rain on parts of the Las Vegas Valley, according to the National Weather Service.
Enjoy nice weather on Thursday, but then prepare for an extended period of winter, says the National Weather Service.
Winds up to 20 mph are possible for Las Vegas on Monday, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast.
Saturday reached 71 degrees in the Las Vegas Valley, 2 degrees short of the 1976 record for Jan. 16, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Jenn Varian.
Sunny skies, light winds and temperatures a dozen degrees above normal will be felt in the Las Vegas Valley Thursday and Friday, says the National Weather Service.
A high pressure ridge building across the West will likely bring Las Vegas to near-record temperatures by the middle of the week, according to the National Weather Service.
Dry conditions that persisted through much of 2020 are continuing into the new year for the Las Vegas region.
With sunny skies and calm conditions Saturday, people visited popular spots across Southern Nevada, including Exploration Peak Park in Las Vegas.
Although Friday morning lows were slightly above average across the Las Vegas Valley, the seven-day forecast calls for temperatures right at normal with no precipitation.
The last evening of 2020 will be cool, partly cloudy and breezy at times in the Las Vegas Valley.
The Cold Moon is most distinctive for its high trajectory across the sky.