Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Its A Cold Day In Vegas...

Updated Mon, Dec 15, 2008 (4:30 p.m.)

Today's winter storm brought heavy snow to the Spring Mountains and the Red Rock Canyon area, a dusting of snow to the western foothills in Summerlin and even a rain/snow mix to the rest of the Las Vegas Valley.
The National Weather Service is forecasting a continued chance of precipitation Tuesday and Wednesday, with snow in the upper elevations.
An earlier forecast that snow would blanket most of Las Vegas — including accumulations on the Strip — didn't pan out.
"It looks so far that we're not going to get as much snow in the valley as we expected, or it's going to come in much later than we expected," said Edith Lindaman, a meteorologist in the weather service's Las Vegas office.
The rain/snow mix most of the valley got through the day will continue through the evening, Lindaman said.
"Most likely, snow will be above the 3,000 foot (elevation) level," she said. "It looks like what we're going to get for the rest of the day is going to be more rain than snow."

and on that note:

The University of Nevada Las Vegas

announces that

Kelly Kalani Meyer

is a candidate for the degree of

Bachelor of University Studies in Counseling and Sociology

at the Commencement Ceremony

Tuesday, December sixteenth Two thousand and eight

Four o'clock in the afternoon

Thomas Mack Center

Las Vegas, Nevada

Just kidding... We are very proud of all your hard work. Congratulations!

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