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Excessive Heat Warning for Las Vegas area extended through Thursday at 9 p.m.

Posted at 1:52 PM, Sep 06, 2021

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — An Excessive Heat Warning that was supposed to expire on Wednesday has been extended through Thursday at 9 p.m.

The Las Vegas area is experiencing above-average temperatures, which are closer to record values than averages.

Remember to drink plenty of water, apply sunscreen and stay indoors as much as possible.

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Wednesday night stays warm and hazy with overnight lows in the 80s ahead of sunrise Thursday.

A shift in wind direction out of the southeast will deliver an uptick in humidity, aiding in the development of a few spotty storms across the region with chances near 10% in the valley and 40% in the mountains.

The increase in moisture produces a few clouds both Thursday and Friday with highs falling from 108º Wednesday, to 106º Thursday, and 103º on Friday.

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We're back to clear, sunny skies Saturday and Sunday as the humidity dries with highs 102º-104º this weekend.

A breezy wind arrives early next week as a trough of low-pressure swings through, this should help to drop highs closer to 100º by the end of next week.