Another year is coming to an end, and that means it's time to ring in 2013.
Whether you're celebrating at home, heading to a party or attending an outdoor event, knowing the weather forecast where you're celebrating is important.
"On New Year's Eve, people are often outdoors longer than they normally would be in the middle of winter," says Rob Davis, a meteorologist at The Weather Network. "Be aware of the temperature and windchill forecast where you are."
It's important to dress accordingly and pack extra layers so you can bundle up if needed.
Be sure to check the New Year's Eve forecast for your area, before heading out tonight.