LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Parts of the Las Vegas valley were hit by damaging winds last night and it's not quite over yet.
The Excessive Heat Warning expired at 9 p.m. Sunday after being in effect for several days and we will be several degrees cooler for the Labor Day holiday.
There's also a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms today. However, winds will be relatively calm.
Several trees were knocked down overnight by the strong winds and quite a bit of debris can be seen on valley streets.
#WATCH: Rough night for many in #Vegas as high winds swept through the valley. Many are waking up to trees down. Check out the damage done at this Eastside apartment complex on Hollywood & E. Lake Mead @KTNV pic.twitter.com/SNI1d5Fp0e— Alicia Pattillo (@aliciapattillo) September 2, 2019
There is a predicted high temperature of 100 degrees today, 103 for Tuesday, 104 for Wednesday and 101 for Thursday. There will also be a 10 percent chance of rain on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.