The mercury shot up to 117 degrees on Sunday to tie the city’s all-time record high and to cause more discomfort for residents and tourists.
Las Vegas is going from hot to sizzling.
The National Weather Service says an excessive heat watch will be in effect Friday morning through Sunday night.
A hike during high temperatures at Lake Mead has left a man dead, while five others had to be rescued.
After a weekend of record high temperatures, the Las Vegas Valley is expected to cool down.
Another weather record has been set in Las Vegas.