Dry Weather Could Set Record
(Las Vegas, NV) — Las Vegas is in the midst of one of its longest dry spells ever.
As of today, the city has gone 117 days without measurable rainfall.
The National Weather Service says the all-time drought record was 150 days in 1959.
Las Vegas could tie the all-time record if there’s no rain by the end of July.
Forecasters are hoping for a chance of precipitation during the official monsoon season, which starts July 1st and runs through mid-September.