Friday, Sept. 8, 2017|8:35 p.m.
Rain soaking the Las Vegas Valley tonight is expected to stay overnight into Saturday with more thunderstorms extremely likely, according to the National Weather condition Service.
A number of high school football games in Southern Nevada were canceled due to the fact that of lightning.
Showers enveloped most of the valley this night and there’s a 60 percent opportunity it will roll over into Saturday, meteorologist Stan Czyzyk stated.
Southern Nevada is under a flash flood watch set to expire early Monday, which implies scattered thunderstorms in the forecast can produce “intense rains” that can cause flooding in dry washes, low water crossings and “improperly drained” crossways, inning accordance with the weather service.
The rain must cool off the valley Saturday, with temperatures not expected to increase above 86 degrees, Czyzyk said.