Super Bowl 58 kicks off at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday, but the pregame partying is already underway in Las Vegas.
Check back here throughout the day for everything happening in the city during the lead up to the Super Bowl, from weather and traffic to parties an celebrity sightings.
Clear skies ahead in Vegas
After a week of rain and snow, including nearly 100 inches at Lee Canyon, the Las Vegas sky should be clear for Super Bowl weekend.
Saturday was clearing after early morning showers. A high near 52 is forecast. There could be afternoon breezes to 22 mph.
Sunday should be clear with a high near 54. Winds will be mostly calm.
— Marvin Clemons
A good day to fly to Vegas
It looks like it’s going to be a good day for flying into Harry Reid International Airport today.
FlightAware, which tracks aircraft movement worldwide, listed 22 flight delays and no cancellations at Las Vegas’ airport as of 8:45 a.m.
Delays or cancellations usually occur as a result of weather or air traffic control snags around the country.
On FlightAware’s “misery map” showing the top U.S. airports for delays and cancellations, Kansas City International Airport was all clear, but San Francisco International and the two nearby airports in Oakland and San Jose had eight delays this morning.
The most delayed airport between 6 and 10 a.m., local time, today: Denver International, with 29 delays. Nationwide, there were 854 delays and 21 cancellations for flights within, into or out of every U.S. airport.
– Richard N. Velotta