Nestle, Las Vegas. Sunday’s forecast requires heat.
Highs will certainly reach 110 degrees– near record highs– on Sunday and Monday, the National Weather Service said. Lows will dip to about 85 in the evening.
An excessive heat caution enters into result midday Sunday and ends 8 p.m. Monday, meteorologist Caleb Steele stated.
In response to the heat, Las Vegas cooling stations are opening their doors.
The city of Las Vegas has 3 daytime shelters for the homeless: Catholic Charities at 1511 Las Vegas Blvd. South is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Redemption Army at 33 W. Owens Ave. is open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., and the Shade Tree at 1 W. Owens Ave. is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Catholic Charities is providing shelter for men, the Salvation Army is providing shelter to grownups and the Shade Tree is offering shelter for females and children, the city said.
Temperatures are anticipated to drop a couple of degrees by midweek, but the valley will still have above-normal temperatures, the Weather condition Service said. Highs for Tuesday and Wednesday are anticipated to be about 105 degrees.