There is a slight chance of some rain in the Las Vegas valley Saturday as a weak cold front moves through the southern half of the state. Plenty of clouds as the front passes through especially early in the day and sprinkles are possible in the valley, with even a light shower in spots not out of the question. We have gone 93 days without a drop of rain at McCarran, which is the third longest streak since records began, the longest is 101 days. The high on Saturday will be near 60°.
Saturday night we start to lose the cloud cover and bring back the clear skies which will lead to a bright and cool day on Sunday. Highs on Sunday will top out in the mid to upper 50s in the valley but the winds will be around with gusts near 30 mph in the afternoon, making it feel slightly cooler outside. We lose the winds on Monday and slowly start to warm up the afternoons as we get back into the mid 60s by Wednesday. Overnight lows will be in the upper 30s on Monday to the low to mid 40s by Wednesday.