Windy conditions will be a factor in the Las Vegas region much of the coming week, says the National Weather Service.
Sunday should be calmer after peak wind gusts from 47 to 65 mph sped across much of the valley on Saturday.
Wind gusts in the Las Vegas Valley reached 65 mph Saturday, but have already let up a bit heading into Sunday, says the National Weather Service.
Warming temperatures and diminishing winds are forecast, culminating with a high in the mid-80s on Easter Sunday.
Strong winds swept through Southern Nevada on Monday, triggering a dust storm warning in the afternoon. Gusts between 30-40 mph were reported around Nellis Air Force Base.
The warning advises residents to stay in the lower levels of their home and to avoid being near windows during the windstorm.
The weekend will be warm Saturday before possibly dangerous winds develop from an approaching storm front.
Called a “roller coaster” by the National Weaather Service, weekend highs in 90s will turn into lows in 40s next week.
Las Vegas will feel some heat heading into the weekend before windy and chilly conditions return, according to the National Weather Service.
High temperatures will be about 15 degrees above normal much of the week, says the National Weather Service.
About one in 10 flights was delayed Sunday at Harry Reid International Airport in the midst of spring break, according to a flight-tracking website.
Some early evening clouds will be the only blemish on a warm Sunday in Las Vegas, says the National Weather Service.
Temperatures about 10-12 degrees above normal are forecast for Las Vegas this weekend.
Sunny and warm conditions will prevail in Las Vegas this weekend with some winds gusts and slight precipitation chance Sunday evening, says the National Weather Service.
Temperatures will be about 10 degrees above normal in the coming days, says the National Weather Service.