Wind gusts near 30 mph are possible Monday in the Las Vegas Valley, according to the National Weather Service.
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Seasonable late fall weather will prevail for a few days before colder conditions arrive, according to the National Weather Service.
Shopping weather will be just fine Saturday in the Las Vegas Valley.
Calmer winds will make for a pleasant Friday in the Las Vegas Valley, says the National Weather Service.
A man died and two teenage women suffered non-life threatening wounds in a shooting at a northeast valley fast-food restaurant on Thursday evening, police said.
A hiker is dead, and her husband is recovering after being injured during a 16-mile overnight hike at Zion National Park in Utah.
A gradual warming trend is forecast to make Thanksgiving weekend close to 70 degrees.
Winds gusting to 20 mph could make Saturday feel colder than the afternoon high expected to be near 59, says the National Weather Service.
Wind gusts to 20 mph will add a chill to the Las Vegas Valley through Saturday, says the National Weather Service.
A continued decline projects Lake Mead at 1,016 feet by October 2024, the Bureau of Reclamation estimates.
Temperatures will stay below normal in the Las Vegas Valley on Thursday and for the coming weekend. Warmer conditions may arrive by Thanksgiving.