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Temperatures High - Low - Average
Days of Sunshine
Precipitation - Wind Speed - Humidity
Current and One Week Forecast

Las Vegas is a city in the desert, but we do have cold days, rain and winds.  Following information will list the average high, low and daily average temperatures by month, the precipitation, wind speed, humidity and number of days of sunshine.

Dress according and have fun. If you travel outside the Las Vegas area please be aware of the extreme conditions. For example: Within a 30 minute drive of Las Vegas you can encounter Winter Ski Resorts, Lakes or extreme deserts.

Temperatures & Sunshine Averages (Fahrenheit)

Convert Fahrenheit into Centigrade, subtract 32 and multiply by 0.555. Convert Centigrade into Fahrenheit, multiply by 1.8 and add 32.
Month Minimum Average Maximum Average Daily
Average
Sunny
Days
January
February
March
33
37
44
56
63
68
47
50
55
24
22
25
April
May
June
51
65
72
77
87
99
63
73
83
26
27
28
July
August
September
79
79
72
104
101
98
90
87
80
27
26
28
October
November
December
59
45
42
81
69
58
67
53
45
27
24
24

 

Record Las Vegas Temperature & Events

Coldest Day Jan 13, 1963 8 Degrees F
Hottest Day July 19, 2005 117 Degrees F
Most Rainfall Aug 20-1, 1957 2.59 Inches
Most Snowfall Jan 4-5, 1974 9 Inches

 

Avg. Precipitation - Wind Speed - Humidity (a.m.- p.m.)
Month Rain Average
Inches
Wind Speed m.p.h. Humidity
(am)
Humidity
(pm)
January
February
March
.50
.46
.41
7.4
8.5
10.1
41%
36%
30%
30%
26%
20%
April
May
June
.22
.22
.09
11.0
.9
11.0
22%
19%
15%
15%
13%
10%
July
August
September
.45
.54
.32
10.1
9.4
8.8
19%
24%
23%
15%
18%
17%
October
November
December
.25
.43
.32
8.1
7.5
7.2
25%
33%
41%
19%
27%
33%

Extreme Record Temperature for Nevada by Month

Month Max°F Year Location Min°F Year Location
Jan. 84 1931 Logandale –50 1937 San Jacinto
Feb. 92 1986 Logandale –41 1894 Stofiel
March 98 1940 Overton –33 1969 Diamond Valley-Hall
April 106 1989 Laughlin –12 1963 Ruth
May 116 2000 Callville Bay –7 1990 Pine Valley Bailey Ranch
June 125 1994 Laughlin 8 1891 Belmont
July 124 1995 Laughlin 17 1995 Wildhorse Reservoir
Aug. 122 1914 Leeland 15 1964 Charleston
Sept. 117 1955 Indian Springs 0 1895 Carlin
Oct. 111 1963 Overton –10 1970 Mtn City Ranger Station
Nov. 98 1944 Mesquite –23 1896 Wells
Dec. 91 1910 Las Vegas –45 1924 San Jacinto

 

Obviously, Las Vegas is known for sunny days.
Below is a few statements you should keep in mind when enjoying Las Vegas

False True
A sun tan is healthy A tan results from your body defending itself against further damage from UV radiation.
A tan protects you from the sun A dark tan on white skin only offers an SPF of about 4.
You can’t get sun burnt on a cloudy day Up to 80% of solar UV radiation can penetrate light cloud cover. Haze in the atmosphere can even increase UV radiation exposure.
You can’t get sun burnt while in the water Water offers only minimal protection from UV radiation, and reflections from water can enhance your UV radiation exposure.
UV radiation during the winter is not dangerous UV radiation is generally lower during the winter months, but snow reflection can double your overall exposure, especially at high altitude.
Sunscreens protect me so I can sunbathe much longer Sunscreens are not intended to increase sun exposure time but to increase protection during unavoidable exposure. The protection they afford depends critically on their correct application.
Taking regular breaks during sunbathing you will not get sun burnt UV radiation exposure is cumulative during the day.
If you don’t feel the hot rays of the sun you will not get sun burnt Sunburn is caused by UV radiation which cannot be felt. Most of the heating is caused by the sun’s visible and infrared radiation and not by UV radiation.
 

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