Excessive Heat Warning Continues Through Monday

High Temps "Cooling" To 107 Starting Tuesday

Mitch Kelly
July 13, 2020 - 5:51 am

LAS VEGAS, NV (KXNT) - The Las Vegas Valley is in for one more day of so-called "excessive" heat. Then the oven dials it back a couple of degrees.

After fell one degree short of an all-time record high, hitting 113 on Sunday, Las Vegas is expected to reach 111 Monday, though parts of town could see highs hitting close to 115.

The Excessive Heat Warning that began on Saturday morning remains in effect until Monday night at 8. 

Winds are also expected to pick up Monday, leading to a higher than normal fire danger.

Clark County has activated emergency "cooling stations" that will allow less fortunate to beat the heat. There are also a couple of locations that are open 24/7.


It won't cool off much after the warning expires. High temps are expected to hit consistently around 107, still several degrees above what's normal for this time of year.