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Parts of Las Vegas Valley receive nearly a quarter inch of rain

Updated January 18, 2022 - 8:31 am

Many parts of the Las Vegas Valley received rainfall overnight.

Scattered light showers arrived overnight and were expected to continue mainly before 10 a.m., the National Weather Service said.

Along with the rain comes slick roads. The NWS advises drivers to leave at least twice the distance between you and the car in front of you than you normally would.

By 8 a.m. must of the valley was clearing up, according to meteorologist Matt Wolds. Harry Reid International Airport recorded .04 inches, while the highest totals were reported in Henderson, where some areas received almost a quarter-inch of rain.

Tuesday will see a high of 60 degrees with mostly sunny skies this afternoon and an overnight low of 43. Wednesday will see sunny skies and a high of 63, the weather service said.

Contact Lukas Eggen at leggen@reviewjournal.com. Follow @LukasEggen on Twitter. Review-Journal staff writer Sabrina Schnur contributed to this report.

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