Winds that may gust to 30 mph Monday will be the first part of a winter storm system that is expected to bring rain to the Las Vegas Valley and snow to the mountains.
Winter storm conditions moving through the Sierra Nevada Mountains will bring snow, rain, wind and cold to the Las Vegas region. The worst might come on Election Day.
A sunny and cool weekend will likely give way to a wet Election Day that may pound mountains with snow.
Friday will offer some windy conditions and temperatures about 10 degrees below normal in the Las Vegas Valley, says the National Weather Service.
Lee Canyon received several inches of snow Thursday morning.
The Spring Mountains are expected to receive 1 to 2 inches of snow at high elevations early Thursday morning. There’s a 50 percent chance of rain in the Las Vegas Valley.
Trick-or-treat conditions should be great Monday evening after an afternoon high near 75 and minor winds.
The pleasant weekend will carry into early next week before conditions turn cold and windy, says the National Weather Service.
Outdoor recreation temperatures in the Las Vegas region should be suitable, says the National Weather Service.
Mild weather with a few clouds on Saturday are forecast for the Las Vegas weekend.
A cool Thursday will warm slightly by Friday before more seasonal temperatures expected for Las Vegas weekend, says the National Weather Service.
Temperatures in the Las Vegas Valley will be a bit cooler than normal all week, says the National Weather Service.
Sunday will see diminished winds, but temperatures will be chilly as a week of cooler weather arrives in Las Vegas, says the National Weather Service.
Airport arrival delays exceeded more than two hours while wind gusts around 50 mph and blowing dust covered the Las Vegas Valley for more than a dozen hours Saturday.
NV Energy will conduct a planned outage in Kyle Canyon because of high winds forecast for the region.