A winter storm dumping snow and disrupting travel in the central United States is headed toward the Northeast.
The earthen berm designed to shift floodwaters away from the Rainbow subdivision on Mount Charleston is essentially done.
The rain Las Vegas is seeing now should clear out by sunrise Tuesday, but don’t tuck your umbrellas away just yet.
The National Weather Service describes the storm as a “crippling and potentially historic blizzard” that could bring up to 3 feet of snow, heavy winds, widespread power outages and epic travel difficulties.
Put away your winter coats, Las Vegas. The warm weather is here to stay for a few more days. But you might get your raincoats and umbrellas ready for Monday.
Record-setting rainfall made navigating Las Vegas highways a nightmare for drivers braving slick roads Sunday.
Snow will return to the Spring Mountains and light rain is possible in the Las Vegas Valley on Sunday, but with continued unseasonably warm temperatures, according to National Weather Service meteorologist John Adair.
Get ready to thaw, Las Vegas. The National Weather Service has issued a hard-freeze warning for just one more day, lasting until 9 a.m. Friday.
A freak funnel of wind struck a concession area outside the Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena during a pregame event on Wednesday, tossing tents and canopies through the air and slightly injuring four people, a fire department official said.
U.S. Highway 95 has reopened at the Nevada-California in southern Clark County after it was shut down because of ice on the road, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
Two people died on a wind-beaten Southern California coastal island and emergency crews rescued more than 100 drivers trapped in the snow-caked mountains outside Los Angeles as a fierce winter storm crept over the region Wednesday.
The best chances for snow in the Las Vegas valley will come late Wednesday afternoon and early in the evening, according to the National Weather Service.
New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day plans might need to be altered to include staying home, keeping warm and maybe participating in snowball fights for fun as the National Weather Service is almost certain there will be accumulated snow in the valley and the Mojave Desert.
New Year’s Eve prediction for Las Vegas: It definitely will be cold and it probably will snow.
Cover up your pipes and plants and don’t over-water. Las Vegas is about to freeze. So says a meteorologist, who also forecasts high winds that will make Saturday, the weekend and the week beyond colder than the thermometer shows, and a local landscaper, who knows his plants well.