- Average Temp in Las Vegas in January: high of 66° F, low of 33° F
- Rainfall: 0.7 inches
- Humidity: 40%
Believe it or not, the weather is not hot year-round in Las Vegas. Although it’s very mild compared to what our friends get in the northeast, it’s still cold, especially after the sun goes down. If you’re used to SoCal weather, you may want to pack plenty of layers.
February is also the wettest month out of the year. It doesn’t rain much in Vegas in general (average 4 days in Feb and 0.76 in), but you can get really unlucky with weather like some of our friends who visited last month.
It’s a great time of year for climbers (send temps!), and people from all over the world visit Red Rock Canyon. Hotel rates are lower when it’s quiet as long as you avoid the big shows like CES and AVN.
Our favorite event for locals is the Lights of Love at Ethel M, where they decorate the gardens with Valentine-themed holiday lights.
- Average Temp in Las Vegas in January: high of 59° F, low of 28° F
- Rainfall: 0.6 inches
- Humidity: 31%
Believe it or not, the weather can get cold in Las Vegas, although not nearly as cold in the northeast. But if you’re from SoCal, you may want to pack many many layers.
It’s send temps for climbers, and people from all over the world come to climb at Red Rock.
Hotel rates are lower when it’s quiet, so be sure to avoid the big shows like CES and AVN.
- Average Temp in Las Vegas in August: high of 60° F, low of 27° F
- Rainfall: 0.5 inches
- Humidity: 46%
We love Las Vegas in December. Not only is the weather nice and cool (and even cold at times), which is perfect for outdoor adventures, but the holiday events make the city extra magical. We’ll cover some of the holiday events in this post, but be sure to check out our more detailed post here.
Early December is relatively quiet, but as you get closer to the holidays, it does get busier so hotel rates aren’t any lower.