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.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch through 10 p.m. Monday.
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.
Arizona is in the grips of a dangerous heat wave that could send temperatures soaring to 118 degrees by the weekend in Phoenix, creating ripe conditions for wildfires and forcing the Border Patrol to ramp up efforts to rescue immigrants succumbing to the stifling heat while crossing the border.
After a weekend of record high temperatures, the Las Vegas Valley is expected to cool down.
It’s going to be a hot weekend in Sin City.
A report released Tuesday by Natural Resources Defense Council says Nevada set 36 heat records, 11 snow records and 14 precipitation records.
(Las Vegas, NV) – With the sun not coming out until late in the day after all the rain finally let up, how could we set a record high Wednesday? Easy- when it’s a record […]
Extreme temperatures are back in the Las Vegas Valley.
Joe has been here in Las Vegas for a while. Problem is he hears about these monsoons but hasn’t had the experience of a good one in this city.