According to the National Weather Service, winds of up to 20 mph and high temperatures in the lower 80s can be felt in Las Vegas on Monday.
After a Sunday high of 79 at McCarran International Airport, the Monday high will be 82. The winds should come up in the early afternoon, said weather service meteorologist Chelsea Kryston.
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The warm conditions will go away on Tuesday when a dry cold front moves through the valley, creating winds up to 30 mph and a high near 69.
“It’ll be a quick cool down and then we’ll be back in the 80s by Thursday and Friday,” said Kryston.
No precipitation is to be expected from the front.
Wednesday high will return to a more normal 75.
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