- Average Temp in Las Vegas in August: high of 70° F, low of 46° F
- Rainfall: 0.4 inches
- Humidity: 37%
We love the November weather in Las Vegas. It’s cold in the morning and evenings, but during the day it’s warm enough to be outside basking in the sun.
If you visit, layers are important so you can adjust as the temperatures change throughout the day. See what to pack below.
Overall, it’s a quiet month for visitors in November, so you can find some deals on hotels. As you get closer to Thanksgiving, prices will increase.
Weather-wise, October is the best month to visit so you can enjoy both indoor and outdoor activities. We tell all our friends to wait until October to visit us.
Are Vegas pools open in October?
The pool season generally goes from March to October, although some hotel pools stay open year-round (Caesars, Wynn, Aria, and Bellagio). As locals, though, we don’t get in our pool unless it’s been over 100 degrees for several days.
- Average Temp in Las Vegas in September: high of 96° F, low of 57° F
- Rainfall: 0.3 inches
- Humidity: 17%
Although you can expect cooler weather in Las Vegas in September, it’s still hot during the day and much more pleasant at night. When the temps get back to the 90s, locals get excited that fall is coming. However, we know that heat waves can still hit.
You’ll want to avoid being outside in the middle of the day by sticking with indoor activities or staying poolside. Keep in mind over Memorial Day weekend (September 3-6), the pools are going to be packed.
Sunrise and sunsets are good for outdoor activities, like hiking, climbing, boating at Lake Las Vegas or Lake Mead.
Additionally, most schools have started, so you should see hotel rates start to drop (although post-pandemic may look different).
See what to pack below.