LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Be sure to bundle up as you're heading out the door Sunday. We may be seeing record cool temperatures. We're forecast to reach 55°. The record for the coldest daily temperature for this date is 63°.
Temperatures will move from the 40s to the mid 50s in the afternoon with strong winds gusting up to 45 mph. A Wind Advisory is also in place through 4 p.m. Sunday that will impact most of Southern Nevada.
Technically, our 202 day record dry streak continues because we didn't see any measurable rainfall at McCarran Airport Saturday. For the streak to end, we'll need to see 0.01" or more of rainfall at that location. We could finally see the streak end Sunday afternoon with another round of shower chances.
Saturday rainfall for some (not for all) - if you missed out, there's a similar chance on Sunday (mainly late morning through early evening). We did *not* break the 201 day dry streak at McCarran, because we only picked up a trace. pic.twitter.com/PMsXlZLFcH— Justin Bruce (@just1nbruce) November 8, 2020
After already seeing snow in several spots Saturday, a Winter Weather Advisory remains in place for local mountains until 4 a.m. Monday with 1-6" of snow possible in elevations above 5000 feet.
Showers in the valley should start to clear out by Monday morning with lingering showers possible in Mohave County.