LAS VEGAS — Muggy monsoon weather continues, keeping scattered storms over the mountains in the daytime heat. Isolated storms are possible in the valley as highs reach the mid 90s. The chance a storm soaks parts of the valley is about 30% between lunch and dinner, and gusty winds, locally heavy rain, and lightning are all threats. In the mountains, where storms are most likely, flash flooding will prompt some warnings as 1"-2" of rain falls. Generally speaking, storm activity thins out tomorrow, and it should be dry on Wednesday and Thursday. The rain chance Tuesday is only 20% in the valley. After lows tonight in the low 80s, highs reach the upper 90s tomorrow as the humidity lingers. A push back to 102°-103° is here Wednesday and Thursday with the expected drier air. The models suggest an unsettled finish to the week as mugginess surges back into Southern Nevada and delivers a 40% chance of thundershowers Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. This will keep highs in the mid 90s with more clouds than sun those days.
13 First Alert Weather Forecast | Monday morning, August 1, 2022
Mountain storms may drift across parts of the valley this afternoon.
Posted at 5:37 AM, Aug 01, 2022
and last updated 2022-08-01 15:31:41-04
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