UPDATE 2:30 P.M. A flood advisory has been issued for north-central Clark County, including Moapa.
UPDATE 2 P.M. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will linger in the area for remainder of the afternoon.
Radar Update! 📡🌧— NWS Las Vegas (@NWSVegas) May 22, 2019
⛈ Scattered showers & t-storms will linger across our area for the remainder of the afternoon & through the evening.
Be cautious of flooded roadways & remember to turn around, don't drown! When thunder roars, go indoors.#VegasWeather #NvWx #CaWx #AzWx pic.twitter.com/FRGdUlNgje
UPDATE 1:27 P.M. A Flood Advisory is in effect for west-central Clark County, including Primm, Jean and Goodsprings.
UPDATE 1 P.M. According to the National Weather Service, May is officially the 4th wettest May on record with a total of 0.09 at McCarran International Airport.
Wait -- It's May?! 🧐🌸— NWS Las Vegas (@NWSVegas) May 22, 2019
McCarran's Current Temp: 65F
Forecast High Temp: 66F
😲 How unusual, right?! Well, May 1-22, 2015 was colder than 2019's! 😲
🌡 May 22: 🌡
Average High Temp: 91F
Record Cold High Temp: 73F (1971) [On par to break it!] 💥#VegasWeather #RecordTemps #NvWx pic.twitter.com/Q2tL8xs1oy
UPDATE 8:45 A.M. More rain showing up on the radar in Las Vegas valley.
UPDATE 8:30 A.M. A couple of showers have been spotted in the Las Vegas valley, including outside of 13 Action News near Desert Inn Road and Valley View.
It's another 13 First Alert Action Day in the Las Vegas valley as we experience unusual weather for May.
On May 22 highs will be in the mid 60s with a chance of passing showers.
As of 5 a.m. temperatures were in the 50s at McCarran.
13 Action News Meteorologist Justin Bruce reports, Las Vegas will only hit 65° today. That's 26° colder than average and more typical of late February than late May.
The valley should be back in the 80s by the weekend.