Las Vegas Weather / Las Vegas Climate
Las Vegas is surrounded by America's largest desert - the 57,000-square-foot Mojave Desert. This means that the climate is hot and dry with a humidity that is usually under ten percent. Much of the landscape is rocky and dusty, but inside the city lit lawns and trees are green from neon signs.
When the wind blows over the city it is hardly refreshing, but as a tourist, you need never worry. You just have to go into the nearest Las Vegas casino, Las Vegas hotel or Las Vegas restaurant that has air conditioning in full swing.
The best time to visit Las Vegas is in spring or autumn. During the summer months it is not uncommon for the temperature to exceed 40 degrees C.
Las Vegas summers are hot and dry and winters mild, around 10 to 12 degrees C.
There are large differences in temperature between day and night and between seasons. The highest recorded temperature is 47.8 ° C. The lowest: -13.3 ° C.
Sometimes it snows in Las Vegas, but it is unusual. Last time was in December 2008.
Desert climate means that there is a good chance that there is bright sunshine when visiting Las Vegas.
The usual estimate is more than 300 days of sunshine and 3,800 hours of sunshine annually.
Rainfall is low, but mostly it rains in January. 110 millimeters of rain tends to fall in less than 30 days of rain a year.
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