Frigid temperatures expected during New Year's Eve celebrations
BALTIMORE, Md. (WBFF) -- Workers bundled up Saturday, carefully readying dozens of fireworks for this year’s annual New Years Eve celebration at the Inner Harbor.
The tradition begins with loading the fireworks onto two barges, that will be positioned in the Inner harbor for Sunday’s big show.
Temperatures are expected to drop to the single digits New Years Eve.
“We’re encouraging everyone to bundle up, wear your scarf, gloves and handwarmers,” said Megan Bosse, communications associate Baltimore Office of Promotions and the Arts.
Thankfully, there will be activities to keep people moving.
Starting at 9 p.m. there will be live musical performances. The ice skating rink will also be open.
Mayor Catherine Pugh is also expected to attend and lead the city in a countdown to 2018.
Then, at the stroke of midnight will begin a 15 minute firework show.