Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013 | 8:32 a.m.
The Las Vegas Valley recorded its coldest temperature since March this morning, dropping to 47 degrees at McCarran International Airport.
Brisk fall weather settled into the valley on Monday after a weather system from the Pacific swept into Nevada, bringing wind gusts as high as 59 mph and dropping temperatures.
The last time the low temperature was this cold was March 24, when it reached 45 degrees, National Weather Service meteorologist Ryan Metzger said.
Despite the day’s chilly start, temperatures are expected to reach a high of 65 degrees today.
The cold mornings aren’t expected to last as temperatures begin to climb throughout the rest of the week, Metzger said.