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Snow, cold threaten Las Vegas' New Year's Eve celebration
Snow, cold threaten Las Vegas' New Year's Eve celebration

A New Year’s Eve storm heading toward Las Vegas could leave as much as 3 inches of snow on the Strip, forecasters say. Even if the snowfall is minimal, New Year’s Eve revelers in Las Vegas can expect temperatures around the freezing mark as the clock strikes midnight. Wednesday’s high in Las Vegas will be in the upper 30s. A brisk wind will make it feel even colder. The National Weather Service on Sunday issued a winter storm watch for much of the Interstate 15 corridor through Southern California and Southern Nevada. The watch, in effect from 4 p.m. Tuesday through 10 a.m. Thursday (New Year’s Day), could wallop Las Vegas with what the watch described as...

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