Looks like Las Vegas and southern Nevada will be stuck in a zonal flow patter for the next few days. This means warm/moist air will flow through the valley allowing for mid and high level clouds to develop along with increasing our high temperatures.
Today, partly cloudy skies will be very common along with highs beginning to increase from yesterday; ranging today between 52 and 57 degrees. Your morning lows however will mostly be at freezing conditions for the valley. Central Las Vegas will hit the mid 30s where outer areas of the city will range between 28 and 32 degrees. This will only last until 8am though.
As we move into Friday and the weekend, the clouds stick to the outlook as temperatures rise into the low and mid 60s! It’s moving into Monday and Tuesday that we begin to disrupt our zonal pattern.
By Monday a weak disturbance creates turbulence in our zonal flow pattern which will allow for heavier clouds and a very small chance for snow to the high elevations. Most rain and snow chance will be just north of the valley but high temperatures will begin to drop back to the upper 50s and lower 60s. For now, no breezy conditions are expected.