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      54
      Sunny
      Saturday-
      AM Showers/Wind
      56
      44
      0%
      56
      44
      AM Showers/Wind
      Rain0%
      Wind12mph WSW
      Humidity37%
      UVLow
      Sunday-
      Rain
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      90%
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      Rain
      Rain90%
      Wind14mph SE
      Humidity72%
      UVLow
      Monday-
      Rain/Wind
      53
      38
      10%
      53
      38
      Rain/Wind
      Rain10%
      Wind26mph WSW
      Humidity48%
      UVModerate
      Tuesday-
      Partly Cloudy
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      33
      0%
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      33
      Partly Cloudy
      Rain0%
      Wind8mph NW
      Humidity45%
      UVModerate
      Wednesday-
      Mostly Sunny
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      31
      0%
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      31
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      Rain0%
      Wind5mph ESE
      Humidity45%
      UVModerate
      Thursday-
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      31
      0%
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      31
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      Rain0%
      Wind5mph ENE
      Humidity44%
      UVModerate
      Friday-
      Sunny
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      33
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      Rain0%
      Wind13mph N
      Humidity40%
      UVModerate
      RIGHT NOW
      Rain0%
      Wind11mph SW
      Humidity35%
      UVLow
      Visibility10 miles
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      Showers are starting to diminish in the valley tonight... Now we are bracing for storm #3 later this weekend!

      Tonight expect mostly cloudy with an isolated showers still possible after midnight.

      More sunshine is in the forecast for Saturday with highs in the mid 50s (slightly below normal).

      By Sunday big changes are expected as a more potent Pacific storm barrels through. This system is expected to bring more rain & snowfall to the area Sunday into Monday.

      A few preliminary rain totals for Friday are Summerlin at .38", Eldorado .35", Aliante .23", Mtn's Edge .28", Sunrise .22", Southern Highlands .25" & Henderson .10".

      Snow at Lee Canyon has reached 22"+ tonight.


      Here's a break down of all regional weather advisories in effect now:

      WINTER STORM WARNING for the Spring Mountains continues through 10:00 A.M. Saturday for round 2 and from 4:00 A.M. Sunday through 4:00 P.M. Monday for round 3. Winds gusting up to 40 mph are expected for both systems. Forecast snowfall totals are as follows:

      Round 2 (today/tonight): Above 4,500' - Trace to 5", above 6,000' - 5" to 10", above 8,000" - 10" to 15", locally higher amounts near peaks

      Round 3 (Sunday/Monday): Above 4,500' - Trace to 6", above 6,000' - 5" to 10", above 8,000" - 12" to 18". locally higher amounts near peaks

      WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for the Sheep Range continues through 10:00 A.M. Saturday and a WINTER STORM WARNING has been issued from 4:00 P.M. Sunday through 4:00 P.M. Monday. Winds gusting up to 35 mph with snow levels dropping to 4,000 feet. . Forecast snowfall totals are as follows:

      Round 2 (today/tonight): Above 4,000' - Trace to 6", above 8,000" - 5" to 10"

      Round 3 (Sunday/Monday): Above 4,000' - Trace to 5", above 6,000' - 5" to 12", above 8,000" - 12" to 15"

      WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for Lincoln County/Northern & Central Nye County continues through 10:00 A.M. Saturday and again from 4:00 A.M. Sunday to 4:00 P.M. Monday. Winds gusting to 45 mph. Forecast snowfall totals are as follows:

      Round 2 (today/tonight): Above 4,000' - Trace to 5", above 6,000' - 5" to 8",

      Round 3 (Sunday/Monday): Above 4,500' - Trace to 6", above 6,000' - 5" to 10",

      FLOOD WATCH for the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, NE Clark County and the Colorado River valley beginning at 10:00 A.M. today and continuing through late tonight. Heavy rainfall and thunderstorms are possible in this area today and this evening and the area is already saturated from previous rainfall. Be on the lookout for flooded areas and roadways. Turn around, don't drown.

      WIND ADVISORY for Southern, Eastern and Northeaster Clark County and the Colorado River valley ending at 4:00 A.M. Saturday. Wind gusts to 45 mph are expected which could make travel difficult.

      Drier weather with more sunshine is forecast for Tuesday through next Friday.

      SUNRISE
      06:48:35 am
      SUNSET
      04:56:08 pm

      Today's Record Temperatures

      Record High70
      F
      Record Low13
      F