Rain expected Monday evening in the Las Vegas Valley fell to the west, but wet weather is still on its way to the area this week.
It’s going to be a wet three to four days for the Las Vegas Valley and a snowy time for many mountain residents.
Wind, rain, snow and thunderstorms are all included in the latest forecast for the Las Vegas Valley.
A windy weekend followed by a good chance of rain early next week dominates the Las Vegas area forecast.
Two low pressure areas will create a sunny and windy weekend for Las Vegas Valley residents after a mild Friday, says the National Weather Service.
A passing cold front Thursday morning will maintain the windy conditions in the Las Vegas Valley.
The first day of 80-degree weather Wednesday will come with gusty winds, mainly in the afternoon and evening, across the Las Vegas Valley.
Warm temperatures in Las Vegas will come with windy conditions by Wednesday.
Sunny skies and warmer temperatures are forecast this week for the Las Vegas Valley, perhaps giving us the first 80-degree day of the spring, albeit a few weeks behind normal.
Saturday and Sunday are expected to reach the mid-60s before warmer, dryer weather makes its way into the valley Monday, according to meteorologist Trevor Boucher.
Las Vegas Valley skies are clearing Friday morning after a light band of isolated rain and snow before sunrise.
Gusting winds up to 25 mph will be felt around most of the Las Vegas Valley on Thursday with a chance of isolated showers in the northern parts overnight.
Sustained winds of 25-35 mph and gusts up to 50 mph will be felt across the Las Vegas Valley all day Wednesday and well into the night.
Windy and cool conditions are forecast for the Las Vegas Valley for the middle of the week before a chance of rain Thursday.
Light showers were falling in the Las Vegas Valley early Monday but won’t last in most areas.