LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — As heavy rain and wind rolled in across the Las Vegas valley it did not fare well for travelers at Harry Reid International Airport on Thursday afternoon.
Due to weather, some arriving flights were delayed by an average of an hour. Traffic experienced gate hold and taxi delays by one hour as well.
General arrival delays are currently marked at 15 minutes or less as of 5 p.m.
The National Weather Service in Las Vegas tweeted Thursday night that the airport had measured 0,01″ of precipitation. The rainfall was the first day that the Las Vegas valley had officially had measurable rainfall since March 28.
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