Snow Flurries Possible as Winter Storm Hits Las Vegas - 8 News NOW

Snow Flurries Possible as Winter Storm Hits Las Vegas

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Some homeowners woke up to frozen pipes. Some homeowners woke up to frozen pipes.

LAS VEGAS -- The Las Vegas valley could see snow flurries over the weekend as a winter storm makes its way through southern Nevada.

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Freezing temperatures began chilling the valley late Wednesday night causing freezing pipes for some homeowners and businesses. Thursday's low temperature was 29 degrees at McCarran International Airport.

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A winter weather advisory in effect above the 3,000-foot level in all of Clark County until 10 p.m. Saturday. Forecasters say rain could turn to snow flurries across the valley. Higher elevation neighborhoods such as Summerlin, Mountain's Edge and Centennial Hills could receive 1 to 2 inches of snow. The most likely chance for snow will be in the afternoon or early evening. Drivers should be cautious in areas where there may be snow or ice on the roads.

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The cold weather has prompted local leaders to opening warming stations around the Las Vegas valley. There is also a chance for a hard freeze warning next week.

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