Bundle up if you are headed out to watch the ball drop. It will be dry, but temps will drop into the mid 20s. When you factor in the wind, it will feel like it's in the teens. For New Year's Day, sunny skies, but still cool with highs only in the 30s.
In Chicago, windy and very cold with below freezing temperatures to end 2014. Cold sunshine on New Year's Day. Temperatures will likely remain below freezing for the first day of 2015.
You'll need the coat, hat and gloves if you are going to spend any time outside New Year's Eve in Philadelphia. Dry conditions, but very cold, with temps below freezing. The wind chill will make it feel even colder. Sunny and still cold New Year's Day, with highs in the 30s.
Drying conditions across southern California by late Wednesday, so most of you should be able to ditch your umbrellas by the time you head out to party on New Year's Eve. Still cool, with temperatures in the 40s overnight. New Year's Day will bring plenty of sunshine, but cool highs around 60 degrees.
Brace yourself for the cold wind in San Francisco on New Year's Eve. That wind will make it feel like it's below freezing. Sunny and back in the 50s for New Year's Day.
Mostly clear skies and unseasonably cold in Fresno on New Year's Eve. Look for temperatures around freezing as you usher in the New Year. Lots of sunshine on New Year's Day, with cool highs in the 40s.
Chilly temperatures around 40 degrees, with some showers moving into Houston on New Year's Eve. Cold rain, with temperatures not getting out of the 40s on New Year's Day.
Clear and cold, with temperatures around freezing around midnight on New Year's Eve in Raleigh/Durham. New Year's Day will be sunny and chilly with highs only in the 40s.