Current Conditions

Partly cloudy
Feels like: 73°
High: 89°
Low: 67°
Humidity: 21%
Barometer: 29.74 in
Dew Point: 31°
Sunrise: 5:24 AM
Sunset: 7:51 PM
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13 First Alert Weather Forecast

The broad area of low pressure and cold air at upper levels of the atmosphere is in the process of departing to our east.  That means the nearly perfect, if not breezy, weather Las Vegas has seen over the past several days has an expiration date.  Tonight and tomorrow we’ll still see a very weak system dive south of the Las Vegas valley but it’ll only bring some stray mountain thunderstorms to the region and a couple puffy clouds to the Las Vegas valley.  Temperatures will be back to near normal tomorrow with highs cracking 90° for the first time in over a week.  Puffy clouds will hang around through Saturday and Sunday before the skies start to clear out on Memorial Day as high pressure will dominate the week following this holiday weekend.  Temperatures will steadily increase all next week with the sunshine beating down, giving Las Vegas the first real sustained taste of summer.  Temperatures are expected to rise into the mid 90s by Monday, upper 90s Tuesday and will push, if not exceed 100° for the first time in 2016 to start off the month of June on Wednesday.  Winds, while generally a non-issue, could be a little annoying Sunday and Monday but won’t gust more than about 20 or 25mph through the holiday weekend.  No rain is forecast for the Las Vegas valley in the next 7 days.

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