50 degrees returns - next week

ERIN TAYLOR/Miner<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->The Comstocks forgot to cut the water to the fountain in the front yard of their Martingale Drive home before a recent trip and came home to find it iced over from the recent freezing temperatures. Homeowner Robert Comstock said the glacial feature has been attracting a lot of attention from passing motorists. “It looks like a castle,” he said.

ERIN TAYLOR/Miner<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->The Comstocks forgot to cut the water to the fountain in the front yard of their Martingale Drive home before a recent trip and came home to find it iced over from the recent freezing temperatures. Homeowner Robert Comstock said the glacial feature has been attracting a lot of attention from passing motorists. “It looks like a castle,” he said.

KINGMAN - Temperatures are expected to climb by around 10 degrees through the end of the week with no more snow or rain forecast for the foreseeable future.

The National Weather Service out of Las Vegas said the storm that brought flurries to Kingman and snow to the surrounding area will have moved east by today. The morning clouds should give way to sun and clearer conditions by mid-afternoon.

"It's still going to be on the cool side but with less clouds and showers, Kingman is going to be looking at temperatures in the mid to upper 40s for the rest of the week," said meteorologist Larry Jensen.

Temperatures could then climb to the mid-50s by next week with no rain or snow in the forecast.

The storm that brought flurries to Kingman Monday morning was responsible for highway closures in Southern California and brought around 6 inches of snow to Pahrump, which is located 60 miles west of Las Vegas.