The Las Vegas area could see more powerful winds from a cold front that left hundreds without power over the weekend.
The National Weather Service said Monday parts of southern Nevada could see gusts anywhere from between 50 and 70 mph before mid-day. A high wind advisory is in effect until 6 p.m.
Powerful winds caused the electricity to go out Sunday night and into early Monday for more than 6,000 customers around Mt. Charleston and Las Vegas, according to NV Energy.
The impact knocked over at least one utility pole in Las Vegas near US 95 and Flamingo Road. A majority have since had their power restored.