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Valley temperatures could drop to 15 degrees tonight

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Sam Morris / Las Vegas Sun

Clouds hang over the Las Vegas Valley as the sun sets behind the Spring Mountains Friday, Jan. 11, 2013.

The dark, ominous looking clouds hanging around the Las Vegas Valley may look impressive, but the National Weather Service said they won’t produce much snow.

“We’re not expecting anything significant, in fact, an hour after the sun goes down most of these clouds will go away,” said Brian Fuis, a spokesman for the National Weather Service. “In other words, no big deal.”

Fuis also said a freeze warning for the valley will go into effect today at 10 p.m. and continue until 8 a.m. Saturday. He said to expect temperatures as low as 15 degrees in some parts of the valley as well as light winds under 10 mph.

Fuis’ advice: “Keep warm.”

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  1. It ain't cold til I start thinking about my ex-wife.