Weather in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is a city in Nevada in the Mojave Desert. The city has a very hot, dry climate in the summer for cold and dry winters. Its arid desert climate means that the region has little to no rainfall throughout the year, so you can leave your umbrella at home for this one.
You can expect at least 292 days of sunshine per year in Las Vegas, which is great if you love the sun and want to spend a lot of time outdoors.
The best time to go to Las Vegas is in the spring when the weather has warmed up but it’s not overly hot. The average temperature is 23°C in March and increases to highs of 34°C in May.
Summer is very long, hot and dry. Temperatures reach up to 40°C, which is very hot and can be uncomfortable if you’re not used to the heat. Humidity levels are very low at just 21% in July.
Autumn is the best time to visit Las Vegas for a slightly cooler climate. October is very pleasant at around 23°C and enjoys ten hours of sunshine per day.