UPDATE: The temperature in Las Vegas has gotten as high as 105 degrees today, which sets a new record for May 9.
13 FIRST ALERT: Right now some warm winds have pushed the highs to a new record!...and it may go even higher!
— Bryan Scofield (@bryanscofield1) May 9, 2018
— NWS Las Vegas (@NWSVegas) May 9, 2018
ORIGINAL ARTICLE: It's only May and Las Vegas is forecast to have record-breaking high temperatures Wednesday.
The high is forecast to be 103 degrees, which would break the previous record of 100 degrees in 2001. The average high on May 9 is 86 degrees.
Temperatures are also forecast for 103 degrees in Henderson, Centennial Hills and Southern Highlands. It will be a tad cooler in Summerlin at 98 degrees.
Fortunately, Wednesday is likely to be the hottest day of the week. Temperatures are expected to drop below the century mark to 97 Thursday and to the mid-80s by the weekend.
For the latest weather forecast, click here.