There is a small chance of rain on Saturday of NASCAR race weekend, says the National Weather Service.
Sunny skies, light winds and temperatures slightly above normal are forecast for the Las Vegas Valley for the coming week.
A seasonably warm weekend will be followed by a breezy start to the work week in the Las Vegas Valley, the National Weather Service said.
It might be hard to find a better forecast for Valentine’s Day and a February weekend. Perhaps a high temperature of 72 on Sunday.
A dip of about 10 degrees with elevated winds as a cold front arrives late Sunday is the only blip on a sunny and mild forecast for the Las Vegas Valley in the coming week.
A gust of 209 mph recorded atop a California peak over the weekend was likely not a new state wind record but a mistake resulting from a faulty sensor, meteorologists said Monday.
Sunny skies, light winds and temperatures a few degrees above normal will prevail in Las Vegas or a week or more.
Gusty winds should diminish during the day Tuesday with calm, sunny, mild weather for Las Vegas through the weekend, says the National Weather Service.
The rain and snowfall of Sunday night is over, but chilly winds will remain in the Las Vegas Valley through Tuesday.
A winter weather advisory is in place on Mount Charleston on Sunday night, according to the National Weather Service.
A warn Saturday in the Las Vegas Valley is expected to be followed by a cold front and rain chances at the beginning of the week, the National Weather Service said.
The first part of the Las Vegas weekend looks spectacular. The last day, not so much.
The best advice from the National Weather Service is to enjoy the nice weather this weekend because next week will bring unsettled, chilly and possibly wet weather.
Some of the coldest temperatures of the winter settled in over the Las Vegas Valley early Wednesday. It could be 70 by Saturday.
Wind gusts will have a bit less velocity on Tuesday, but will approach 30 mph in most areas, according to the National Weather Service forecast.