National Weather Service
Gusts up to 60mph reported in Las Vegas
Sin City has become soaked city in recent weeks.
The National Weather Service says July was the warmest month on record for Salt Lake City.
With intense rain and flash floods happening across Nevada, the National Weather Service is using the latest smart phone technology to warn people they may be in a dangerous area.
Some 2,000 people are still without power around Las Vegas, a day after an intense thunderstorm toppled utility lines, brought flooding to parts of the Strip, caused major damage to a condominium complex and sparked a house fire.
High winds and severe thunderstorms struck Las Vegas, knocking down trees and utility poles and flooding parts of the famed Strip.
Flash Flood Warning until 2:30p in parts of Clark County
Fire officials say a raging wildfire has prompted evacuations of over 500 people and left a thick blanket of smoke over the Las Vegas area.
A blazing heat wave continues to grip the Las Vegas valley.
What was that showing up on the Las Vegas National Weather Service radar Monday night? Crickets.