Friday, August 28, 2020 / by Ken Couture
Relief from triple-digit highs may be about a week away as the Las Vegas Valley continues its record August heat wave.
The Wednesday forecast high is 110, which is where the mercury topped out Tuesday at McCarran International Airport.
Wednesday will be the 56th consecutive day with a high of at least 100 at the airport. The July 2 high was 99. The record streak is 66 days, set in 1944.
Overnight lows have been declining a few degrees with an 84 forecast for Thursday morning, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast.
The string of triple-digit highs could end early next week. The weather service has forecast a high of 99 on Tuesday, the first day of September.
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