A storm spinning off the California coast is sending cloud cover our way this evening. We'll stay dry with overnight temperatures falling back into the 40s and upper 30s around the Las Vegas Valley. 

Tuesday will start with cloud cover before increasing sunshine during the afternoon. Forecast high temperatures will be holding in the mid 60s. Wednesday will feature a mix of sun and high clouds with a forecast high of 67 degrees in Las Vegas. 

Bigger weather changes are in store for Thanksgiving Day. A system moving in off the Pacific Ocean will bring us the chance for some scattered showers around the Las Vegas Valley. We'll also see wind gusts in the 25 to 35 mph range. It won't be a washout for the entire day, but if you're going to be traveling, you could certainly run into some showers. High temperatures will be holding in the mid 60s. 

We're trending dry through the upcoming weekend. Wind will pick up on Saturday as a cold front moves into the area. This will bring high temperatures down into the low 60s and upper 50s on Sunday. 

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