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Here's some good news as we get ready for New Year's Eve celebrations: According to the Weather Channel, no major winter storm will hit the northern areas of the U.S., nor is severe weather expected in the south. 

Nevertheless, the Midwest and Northeast may experience a clipper system moving through, and a low pressure is moving to the South. Two additional low-pressure conditions will take place in the West, while the Great Lakes area will see some light snow. Mountain snow showers are possible in Southern California, and temperatures could be above average from Texas into the Midwest and Northeast, the Weather Channel reported.  

Here are the high and low temperatures you'll feel in your neck of the woods:

New York: 40 F / 38 F

New York City skylineSource: Kena Betancur/Getty Images
New York City skyline  Kena Betancur/Getty Images

Boston: 35 F / 33 F 

Boston skylineSource: Elise Amendola/AP
Boston skyline  Elise Amendola/AP

Washington, DC: 45 F / 38 F 

Washington MonumentSource: Alex Wong/Getty Images
Washington Monument  Alex Wong/Getty Images

Los Angeles: 58 F / 47 F 

Snow-capped mountains in the Los Angeles areaSource: Nick Ut/AP
Snow-capped mountains in the Los Angeles area  Nick Ut/AP

San Francisco: 53 F / 42 F 

San Francisco is known for its foggy weather Source: Eric Risberg/AP
San Francisco is known for its foggy weather  Eric Risberg/AP

Chicago: 41 F / 22 F 

Flying over the Chicago skylineSource: Kiichiro Sato/AP
Flying over the Chicago skyline  Kiichiro Sato/AP

Dallas: 70 F / 52 F 

Dallas skylineSource: Spencer Platt/Getty Images
Dallas skyline  Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Minneapolis: 25 F / 17 F  

Minneapolis skylineSource: Karen Bleier/Getty Images
Minneapolis skyline  Karen Bleier/Getty Images

Miami: 74 F / 70 F

Miami could have the warmest temperatures of the seasonSource: Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Miami could have the warmest temperatures of the season  Joe Raedle/Getty Images