Iconic Сasinos in Las Vegas Flooded Again
Las Vegas is again attacked by heavy rains, and hotels and casinos are swallowed up by flood waters. On Thursday night, the city’s entire Strip was literally covered with water.
It is worth noting that The National Weather Service of Las Vegas made a flash flood warning and issued a flood advisory until 12:15 am Friday after some of the city’s iconic buildings were flooded. The witnesses say they have not seen such heavy rains and lightning in Las Vegas for a long time.
Numerous photo and video evidence confirm the extent of the damage. So, water poured on the visitors of the Caesar’s Palace restaurant and hotel, despite the employees’ efforts to cope with the situation. The Planet Hollywood building was also affected by the floods.
According to 8NewsNow, the massive flooding also led to severe power outages, leaving more than 17,000 NV Energy customers without electricity.
National Weather Service Las Vegas lead Forecaster Chris Outler told The Post that showers were likely to continue into the weekend. Despite the temporary cessation of rain in the valley, there is still a daily 30% chance that there will be precipitation, especially during the daytime and evening hours.
The flood also caused some chaos at Harry Reid International Airport.
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