Las Vegas faced severe flooding due to heavy rain, leading to water rescues and road closures.
The National Weather Service predicted a risk of excessive rainfall followed by drying conditions for the week.
Las Vegas Fire & Rescue conducted 24 water rescues and saved people from stranded vehicles and moving water.
Tragically, a body was discovered in northwest Las Vegas, likely a drowning victim swept away by floodwaters.
Some areas received over 3 inches of rain in two days, and Las Vegas had 3.9 inches for the year, exceeding normal levels.
Tropical Storm Hilary had recently caused flooding on the Las Vegas Strip.
The heavy rainfall also closed all lanes of I-15 south of Jean, although they reopened later.