A toasty Sunday with perhaps the first 100-degree reading of the year is forecast for the Las Vegas Valley.
Sunday winds could gust to 18 mph. The sky will be mostly sunny.
Will YOU see the total lunar eclipse tomorrow night?
Best viewing opportunities will be across SE California. Clouds will increase west-to-east, with nearly 50% cloud cover expected across NW Arizona at time of totality (~9:11pm PDT).#LunarEclipse #NvWx #CaWx #AzWx pic.twitter.com/mSiySJMLy8
— NWS Las Vegas (@NWSVegas) May 14, 2022
The day will be topped off with a total lunar eclipse in the evening, although the National Weather Service is projecting 45 percent cloud cover in Las Vegas.
The eclipse will begin at 7:31 p.m. peak at 9:31 p.m. and end at 11:50 p.m.
A combination of dimness and a low moon will make the total eclipse phase difficult to see in Las Vegas. For the best view, look south-southeast, close to the horizon.
The moon will pass through the Earth’s shadow, and the event will be visible in Africa, Europe, South America and North America.
The Monday low should be around 71 before rising to a high near 99.
Conditions will be nearly identical through Thursday.