LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The Las Vegas valley is about to set another weather this year. This time its for the number of days where the temperature is 90 degrees or higher.
According to a tweet from the National Weather Service, there have been 156 days in a row 90 degrees or higher. The current record is 158.
The other record set this year is for the lack of rain. The last measurable rain was April 20, six months ago which shattered the previous record of 150 consecutive days set in 1959.
August 2020 also set a record for being the hottest August on record in the Las Vegas valley. Several daily record high temperatures were also set during that month.