Thursday featured an unfamiliar sight in the Las Vegas Valley. It rained for the first time since March.
What's the big deal? Well, it's been a minute... There hadn't been measurable rainfall for 108 days, to be exact.
The monsoon thunderstorm dumped the most rain on Boulder City and Primm.
In fact, Boulder City got more than nine-tenths of an inch of rain, and Primm got nearly seven-tenths. It was also only the third time rainfall has been recorded at Harry Reid International Airport this year.
Now if only we can get more rain to fill up Lake Mead?