LAS VEGAS — Southwest gusts up to 45 mph with a partly cloudy sky this afternoon as the chance (20%) of passing rain showers moves into Southern Nevada while highs struggle to reach the mid 50s. Although no accumulation is expected in Las Vegas, snow could mix with areas of rain this evening, tonight, and on Wednesday. Nighttime lows in Las Vegas will dip to the upper 30s as southwest and west gusts linger at 25 mph. Northwest gusts to 30 mph on Wednesday will keep highs in the low 50s and with cold air aloft, any passing showers could be a mix of rain and snow. Clouds clear Wednesday night, winds will finally relax, and lows will drop to the low 30s near The Strip and upper 20s in colder valley neighborhoods. Thursday looks calm, mostly sunny, and cold, with highs in the low 50s. We'll continue to wake up to the 30s each morning through the weekend, and daytime highs will remain in the mid 50s Friday and Saturday. Sunday looks partly cloudy with highs in the low 60s. Upper 60s and low 70s return Monday and Tuesday, with low and mid 70s through the middle of the week. Snow totals around the region between Tuesday and Wednesday: 3" in Mt. Charleston & Lee Canyon, 13" in Flagstaff, 6" near Cajon Pass, 6" in Big Bear Lake, 4" in Caliente, 7" in Cedar City, and 3" in Kingman.
13 First Alert Weather Forecast | Tuesday morning, Feb. 22, 2022
Windy and colder, small chance for rain and snow after dark
Posted at 5:05 AM, Feb 22, 2022
and last updated 2022-02-22 15:00:52-05
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