Post # 1
Hey, would someone be so kind to tell me what the weather in Vegas in October is like? We are thinking about honeymooning therebut a bit worried it will be cold…as in, could I lie by the pool most of the day, I’m talking 3rd to 9th so early!
Post # 3
@wwbga: I have only been during the spring and summer when it is dry, hot and icky. Vegas tends to stay that way for most of the year. I think I heard somewhere that the fall was the best time to go though. Its not quite the rainy season, the heat is simmering down and it shouldn’t be very windy. You should be fine to lay out by the pool and venture the strip. It is the off-season so it won’t be as busy although that city is non-stop!
Post # 4
@wwbga: Early October might be ok, late October can be freezing. It’s really or miss.
Post # 5
You can check long-range weather on this website:
Looks like sunny and in the 90s for LV in October.
Post # 6
You may not want to lay by the pool in early October but it is not usually too cold.
Post # 7
My brother lives there. Were having an evening outdoor ceremony and he says its nice there still 🙂
Post # 8
It Varies It can be as high as 98 and as low as 60ish
Most of the time the weather is amazing but thats because us Vegas people almot died from the heat in September. Its a relief.
Post # 9
I am a Las Vegas native. October is tricky. Early October is normally great weather, low 80’s – 70’s, it normally has skattered windiness. Late October is very windy and cold.
Post # 10
October is great weather in Vegas. During the day, temps are mild (not too hot or to cold) and the evenings are breezy.
Post # 11
Last time we were in Vegas was mid-late October 2011. It was +100F (~40C) Every. Single. Day. It was ridiculous really, since we went in October to avoid the extreme (to us) heat that we’d faced when we went September 2010.
But like others have said, its normally pretty mild. Coming from Scotland (or anywhere outside of the desert, really) it will probably be just right. 70-80F (21-26C) is definitely beach weather in Britain (and Canada). 😉