Some moisture is creeping back into the area, bringing the chance for pop-up showers and thunderstorms Friday and Saturday. Cooler changes are on the way early next week. 

It's hazy sunshine around the area today. Some of the thickest haze is focused west of Las Vegas around the Pahrump Valley. This smoke is coming from a wildfire over the Sequoia National Forest in California. The smoke will be pushing farther north on Friday as moisture returns to the area. 

We'll see a push of moisture from the south, bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms back in the forecast Friday and Saturday. The best chances will be over the mountains, but we could see some isolated showers and storms drift into the valley. High temperatures fall back into the mid 90s with gusty wind at times. 

Drier air returns on Sunday with a forecast high at 95° in Las Vegas. The coolest days will be Monday and Tuesday with highs in the low 90s and upper 80s. Overnight low temperatures will be in the 60s. 

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You don't like, bite me!

Nice to see it only took a few days to remove "breezes" from your forecast. I think you need some better editors.

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