Las Vegas breaks high temperature record
Las Vegas (class) – News: Las Vegas is very hot.
According to the National Weather Service in Las Vegas, at 5:12 pm on July 10, the temperature in Sin City hit a record high when McCarran International Airport recorded a temperature of 117 degrees.
This is the same as the historical record set on July 24, 1942. In the past two decades, this record has been tied three times, most recently on June 20, 2017.
As heat waves and wildfires affect transmission lines throughout the region, NV Energy, Nevada’s largest electricity supplier, urged customers to save electricity on Sunday night.
The news of record temperatures in Las Vegas came in heat waves in the western United States, some of which created record temperatures in the Pacific Northwest.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.