If you live in Las Vegas, you should be familiar with the weather here. If you're visiting Las Vegas, beating the casino is probably on your mind. Congrats if you're successful. A lot of tourists forget about another enemy though: mother nature. The weather in Las Vegas is a hot topic. No pun intended.
In an effort to keep you alive on your upcoming move or trip to Las Vegas, we created this guide to help you battle the weather in Las Vegas.
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Winters can get cool, and December and January will have their fair share of cold days. You will need a light winter coat. Average winter high temperatures in Vegas run in the mid-50s to 60s during the day and in the 30s at night. Bundle up.
From March through early May, the weather is about as good as it gets. During the spring months, it's common to hear locals say: “this is why we moved here!” You can enjoy the weather and will probably have your windows open. You will bring out the light sweaters at night and the sunshine will be bright and plentiful during the day. You might need sunscreen if you're as white as me, but that’s only because you will love to be outdoors.
Have you ever woke up in the morning and said, I think mother nature is trying to kill me? That's what summer in Las Vegas feels like. It's hot. With that being said, we don't have any humidity because we don't have any water, so that's a bonus.
The weather in Las Vegas during the fall is similar to the weather in the spring. From September through November in Las Vegas, the weather is about as good as it gets. You'll love these months.
If you're planning a trip to Las Vegas, it's important to be aware of the weather conditions you might encounter. The summer months are hot and dry, while the spring and fall months are more temperate. It's important to pack appropriately for the weather, and to plan your activities accordingly. Las Vegas is a great destination for summer vacations, as the temperatures usually peak in the mid-90s and there is little humidity. However, if you're not used to that kind of heat, it can be tough to enjoy yourself when the mercury starts climbing. Be sure to drink plenty of fluids and take breaks in the air conditioning whenever possible. The springtime is a great time to visit Las Vegas, as the weather is mild with temperatures averaging in the mid-70s.
There you have it. This is your locals guide to the weather in Las Vegas. Hot summers and cool winters mean a diverse wardrobe works well in Las Vegas. If you want more content for Las Vegas Locals, we have an entire section of our website dedicate to people like you. Let me know what you think and if you any questions about Las Vegas, feel free to ask our team a question. We're here to help.