LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — High winds wreaked havoc across the Las Vegas valley over the past few days and caused some public safety issues.
NV Energy announced on Twitter Sunday that the winds caused an unplanned outage on Mt. Charleston Sunday.
Due to the increased fire weather conditions, power was set to remain off until 10 a.m. but was actually restored by 8:34 a.m., according to NV Energy.
NV Energy opened a drive-thru Customer Resource Center on Sunday night and Monday morning at at the Retreat at Charleston Peak.