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Vientos del viernes frenarán las altas temperaturas

Una ligera perturbación que traerá ventiscas el viernes y también bajará la alta temperatura en Las Vegas varios grados.

El Servicio Meteorológico Nacional pronostica una temperatura máxima de 86º después de que el Aeropuerto Internacional McCarran registrara 91º el jueves, 11 grados por encima de lo normal.

Se espera que los vientos del viernes corran de seis a 14 millas por hora con posibles ráfagas más altas. El cielo estará despejado. La temperatura mínima nocturna debería ser de alrededor de 64º.

Comenzando con el pronóstico del sábado de 92º, la temperatura aumentará unos pocos grados cada día hasta el miércoles, cuando se espera una máxima de 100º. Los cielos estarán soleados y despejados durante toda la semana.

Un 1º de mayo fue la primera vez que se registra una temperatura máxima de 100º en McCarran.

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