Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-07-25 14:00:53 –
Las Vegas (KTNV) — It seems that the weather pattern of this monsoon cannot be shaken.
On Sundays, there is a high probability of scattered showers and thunderstorms.
⚠💧 Flash flood warning | 5:55 PDT 💧⚠
Flash flood warnings were issued until 9 pm in north-central Clark County. Heavy rain near the Valley of Fire Road and the I-15. Flash floods can occur.
— NWS Las Vegas (@NWSVegas) July 25, 2021
Clouds don’t break much and, in combination with rain, the highs struggle to reach 100.
Some of these storms can create localized strong winds.
The higher the altitude, the slightly higher the chance of rain. Spring Mountain highs hover in the 70’s.
Temperatures around the Colorado River basin appear to remain in the 100s, but storms in the area can cause heavy rains and floods.
Flash flood surveillance continues in the area until Sunday night. Winds here can exceed 25 mph.
This high-level turbulence will rise northward from Arizona on Monday, increasing the likelihood of thunderstorms around Las Vegas and west of the city.
You need to be careful about the amount of precipitation. Flash floods may be a concern on Mondays.
Current models show that dry air moved at the beginning of Tuesday, blocking much of its moisture.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays look dry and warm.
Another area of the cyclone is expected to enter on Thursday, increasing the likelihood of rain and thunderstorms on weekends.