A winter weather advisory runs through 7 p.m. Monday for higher elevations northwest of the Las Vegas Valley,
Snow is expected above 3,500 feet with 2-5 inches above 5,000 feet in the Spring Mountains and Sheep Range. Winds could gust to 35 mph.
Our next weather maker is spiraling down the California coast. Watch for increasing shower activity tonight through tomorrow, with snow likely in the higher elevations, especially above 4,000 feet! #cawx #azwx #nvwx pic.twitter.com/ey0RJMY4T2
— NWS Las Vegas (@NWSVegas) January 30, 2023
Similar conditions are forecast for Lincoln County, central Nye County and Esmeralda County with 2-5 inches expected above 4,500 feet.
In the Las Vegas Valley, rain is a 60 percent chance mainly before 8 a.m. Monday. The sky will be partly sunny and a high near 49 is forecast by the National Weather Service.
Winds overnight will be as high as 20 mph with gradually clearing skies before a Tuesday low near 32 in the central valley. The temperature Tuesday should rise to near 51, but winds up to 20 mph will make it feel colder.
Temperatures are forecast to gradually rise to the low 60s by the coming weekend.