An excessive heat warning is in effect through Wednesday night.
Amidst the heat, at least 10,600 customers in northwest Las Vegas were without power for about a half hour until power was restored.
Las Vegas had its first 110-degree day Sunday with more expected throughout much of the week.
Today we hit our first 110 of the year, ran 10 degrees above average and were only 4 degrees from the record! pic.twitter.com/8rBz0eIay5
— Karla Huelga (@KarlaHuelgaWx) June 20, 2016
The high temperature is expected to be 114 degrees Monday, the first day of summer. The record is 113 degrees. While on Tuesday, the record is 111 degrees but the forecast is 113.
Temperatures are expected to remain hot even past the extreme heat warning with highs flirting with 110 degrees.