Las Vegas may Witness Snow on New Year's Eve
According to forecasters, there is still a possibility of snow in Las Vegas on New Year's Eve. A winter storm warning has been issued by the National Weather Service from 4 p.m. Tuesday to 4 a.m. Thursday for extreme eastern and southern Clark County.
There is a possibility that precipitation will start late Tuesday and end early Thursday, said meteorologists in the most recent forecast issued by the agency. The heaviest snow is expected between early afternoon and late evening Wednesday.
As per forecasters, there are possibilities of a strong storm in Las Vegas on New Year's Eve. They even said that the storm could leave as much as 3 inches of snow on the Strip.
According to forecasters, there is a chance of up to three inches of snow in the Lake Mead and Laughlin areas. There is also a possibility of an inch of snow on the Las Vegas Strip. According to meteorologists, the possible snowfall is highly reliant on the amount of moisture that accompanies the storm system.
Even if the snow is not a difficulty for revelers ringing in 2015, the cold can be. But snow in Las Vegas is nothing new. Barry Pierce, a meteorologist at the Las Vegas office of the National Weather Service, said that the most-recent, widespread snowfall took place on December 17, 2008 and that time, the Las Vegas Strip picked up 3.5 inches of snow.
According to Piece, the most snow to ever fall in Sin City was at the time of a storm in 1949 and Las Vegas got 9.7 inches of snow from January 9 to 13 of that year. The majority of the snow that Las Vegas received in a single day is 7.4 inches.
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