Clear Skies Make for Perfect Fireworks Watching Weather

The cold, crisp air also means you shouldn't forget to bundle up on New Year's Eve.

Ring in 2013 beneath a full moon and clear skies — perfect fireworks watching weather.

A crowd of more than 250,000 is expected to turn out to San Francisco's Embarcadero to see the city's colorful dispay, while many other smaller shows go off throughout the Bay Area.

With a cold front setting in, temperatures will be in the low 50's during the day, and in the evening hydrologist Mark Studley said they will drop to the mid-40's, and even the 30's in some areas. The crisp, dry air will ensure clear skies for New Year's celebrations, but don't forget to bundle up!

And stay safe.

The BART and Muni will run until 3 a.m., and Muni rides are free from 8 p.m. - 6 a.m. Police will also be aggressively patrolling the roads, so don't drink and drive.

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