The climate in Las Vegas is dry and subtropical.
Las Vegas is found in the middle of a vast desert named the Mojave. The three-hundred days of sunshine per year and an average of ten hours of sun per day. In summer, rain is only one to two days each month and slightly more than that during the winter months. The humidity is very low and is most often found to be below 10%. During the summer, it is very important to stay hydrated. Find when the weather suits your Las Vegas trip for the best experience! Current Las Vegas weather and forecast can be found on our website.
December High (14° C) 58° F Low (1° C) 34° F
November High (19° C) 67° F Low (6° C) 43° F
October High (12° C) 82° F Low (28°C) 54° F
September High (35° C) 95° F Low (19°C) 66° F
August High (39° C) 103° F Low (23°C) 74° F
July High (41° C) 106° F Low (23°C) 74° F
June High (38° C) 100° F Low (21°C) 69° F
May High (31° C) 88° F Low (16°C) 60°F
April High (26° C) 78° F Low (11°C) 51° F
March High (21° C) 69° F Low (7° C) 44° F
February High (17° C) 63° F Low (4° C) 39° F
January High (14° C) 58° F Low (1° C) 34° F
Temperatures range from a low of 35 degrees Fahrenheit in winter to as high as 117 in summer. The temperature regularly exceeds 100 degrees in the summer with humidity typically below ten per cent, so it will feel very dry – you need to keep yourself hydrated in this weather! As an overall summary you could expect spring to be warm during the day and generally pleasant, rather like autumn. Summer can be very hot, but of course the hotels and casinos are air-conditioned so you can always escape the worst heat of the day. Winters are mild but can be cool at night.
Any time of year is a good time for visiting Vegas in terms of the weather so you don’t need to worry about what dates you pick, unless you have a fear of thunderstorms, in which case you might want to avoid July and August. In general the weather in Las Vegas makes it a perfect year round destination that anyone can enjoy.