The best time to visit Las Vegas. The last week of April through the second week of May. Pools are open, and the Spring Break crowds have left. But the summer crowds haven’t taken a stay by the pool. The weather perfect for reading a book. And working on a tan while you relax with a poolside cocktail.

Weather in Las Vegas


Las Vegas has a warm climate with hot summers and cool, but not cold winters. For most people, most of their time in Las Vegas spent in doors, gambling, shopping. Or dining, but pool parties part of the Vegas experience. For better pool weather, visit in early spring or fall. Temperatures in Vegas exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit (ca. 38 °C). But rarely drop below 40 degrees Fahrenheit (4.44 °C).

The right month to visit Las Vegas

 January in Las Vegas

January kicks off with New Year’s festivals. Then continues to progress with football fans over the weekend. The colder months look best for midweek travellers. And from the first week of the month, special room deals can found. You should know that convention season starts. In a big way after the first week in January. So prepared for many business travellers. Temperatures mild, in the mid-fifties.

February in Las Vegas

February is mild and sunny. After all, Las Vegas gets about 300 days of sunshine a year. You may not be relaxing by the pool. The temperatures are warm enough for golfing. And other outdoor activities.

 Events to check out
  • Super Bowl weekend popular in Las Vegas. Expect big show parties and nightclubs packed with famous guests!
  • Book early if you’re planning to head to Vegas for Valentine’s Day. Hotel rates can go up.

March in Las Vegas

The highest daily temperature in Las Vegas was 20 ° C in March 2020. While the minimum temperature at night dropped to 7 ° C. Average daytime and nighttime temperatures during March are 15 ° C and 12 ° C.

Events to check out

NASCAR comes to Vegas in early March. To attend the Monster Energy NASCAR series.
Thousands come to Vegas every March to bet. The NCAA March Madness Basketball Championship.

ِApril in Las Vegas

April in Las Vegas has great weather. But it’s one of our least favorite times to visit. What for? Crowds. April is spring break, which means the pools. Shops, casinos and restaurants packed with people.

Events to check
  • Las Vegas 51s The city’s Minor League baseball team typically begins their season in early April. Games are hosted by Cashman Field.
  • March Madness The NCAA basketball tournament runs until April. Find your favorite sports book and place a bet!

May in Las Vegas

Summer in Vegas begins in May. The pools kick off Memorial Day parties. And celebrations throughout the month. May is ideal golf weather, with temperatures typically in the 80s Fahrenheit. This is also the month when it regularly becomes “pool weather”. If you can, go early in the month before the kids start leaving school for the summer.

Events to check
  • The Las Vegas Science and Technology Festival a free event held in late April or May. Typically, it offers free hidden access to some of Vegas. coolest spots, such as the Bellagio Fountains or Mandalay Bay Shark Reef.
  • The Kentucky Derby will take place on the first Saturday in May. Although the race is held at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, it’s a big day for Vegas players.

June in Las Vegas

As children get out of school, June is full pool weather with averages in low Fahrenheit. However, evenings are perfect for walking the Las Vegas strip. The crowd may be slightly higher this month as the kids are out of school. With temperatures averaging 100 degrees Fahrenheit (ca. 38 °C).

July in Las Vegas

July is the best time of the year. But it’s one of the best months to find deals. The pools will pack with all kinds of visitors. From families to party-goers. There’s no shortage of mini swimwear or special cocktail specials. If you don’t mind the heat or the crowds. July is an enjoyable time of year to visit.

Events to check
  • The World Series of Poker usually hosts the Big One on One Drop in July. Limited to 48 players, this $ 1 million buy-in is poker’s most charitable initiative.
  • Rio’s hostels are an annual Star Trek convention , a longstanding event that hosts fans and many celebrities.

August in Las Vegas

It feels warm in August even though the weather is quite similar to July. Temperatures are still triple-digit in August, but now is the time to find a refreshing pool with shaded changing rooms. The crowd dies at the end of the month as the children return to school.

September in Las Vegas

If you don’t have kids, this is the best time to visit Las Vegas. Children are no longer in the pool. But the temperature is perfect for long days. With a drink in hand and body in the water.

Events to check
  • The Burning Man. The most popular event on the Vegas subway. It takes place over several days in early September. More than 50,000 people visit.
  • The Las Vegas Greek Food Festival has been running for over 45 years. It only costs a few dollars to enter St. John’s Greek Orthodox Church and lets you sample tons of delicious Greek food.

October in Las Vegas

This October might be a bit of a crazy month in Las Vegas. But October still has some great pool days and the weather is starting to look like an interpretation of the Las Vegas fall. Don’t expect any major changes if you don’t go to the Bellagio Gardens.

Events to check
  • Las Vegas Food and Wine Festival. Featuring delicious food from the best Vegas chefs and tasting the finest wines. Held in early October.
  • Art in a Park in Boulder City. A two-day festival that showcases the work of over 300 artists. More than 100,000 visitors attend.

November in Las Vegas

Temperatures drop in Vegas during the fall. So you can enjoy many outdoor activities. Most Strip visitors will want to spend time in doors. Fortunate, there is no shortage of activities. And activities to keep you busy.

Events to check
  • If you love wine, don’t miss the Lee Discounted Wine Experience hosted. At the UNLV Thomas and Mac Center. The event features over 1000 wines from all over the world.

December in Las Vegas

The weather is all relative. You are experiencing harsh winters in your hometown. You will be happy to know that December weather in Las Vegas. Not at all something to worried about. You will be able to walk outside. You can be sure that your snowshoes will not have to travel with you.

Events to check out
  • New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas. One of the biggest celebrations in the world, after New York City. Half a million people flock to the strip to celebrate.