Visitor's to the strip in Las Vegas were greeted by strong winds and a dust storm
The winds were out of the southwest and have been blowing around 25 to 35 miles an hour with occasional strong wind gusts in the upper 40 miles per hour range at McCarran International Airport.
The Las Vegas valley is under wind and dust advisories until 11 p.m. Tuesday.
Clip 1 Large flag and palm trees blowing in the high winds.
Clip 2 Driving north on the south end of The Strip, high winds and blowing dust covers Las Vegas Blvd.
Clip 3 – 4 Looking north along Las Vegas Blvd at the city is covered in the haze and dust. Only the nearest buildings are visible.
Clip 5 A couple that were just married at Welcome to Las Vegas sign with the high winds.
Clip 6 Woman standing in the strong winds at the sign.
Clip 7 Another couple posing at the sign in the winds.
Clip 8 POV Driving on The Strip in the dust storm and low visibility.
Clip 9 Palm Tree\'s blowing in the wind.
Clip 10 Looking south from the north end of the strip as everything is covered in the dust and non of the landmarks of the skyline are visible.
Clip 11-13 Palm trees blowing in the wind.
Clip 14-15 POV driving south on The Strip in the dust storm where you can only see the nearest landmarks.
Clip 16 Looking up at the sun, and only able to see haze as the tree's and bushes below blow around.