Light snow fell in the city Saturday before the temperatures dip overnight, ahead of what is expected to be the coldest day of the year.

The city saw less than an inch of accumulation Saturday, and skies will begin to clear out overnight, but the cold is only dipping.

The wind chill will drop to single digits overnight and be about -2 by 9 a.m. Sunday.

It is expected to feel like -3 degrees by the time 2018 rolls around.

Remember: Frostbite can occur in 30 minutes, so be sure to layer up when you are outside and cover any exposed skin.

Frostbite will affect extremities first, so wear extra socks and gloves, especially if you are going to watch the ball drop in Times Square on New Year's Eve.

The extended forecast shows below-average temperatures for the first full week of 2018.

New Year's Eve Records

Record High: 63 (1965)

Record Low: -7 (1917)

Record Snow: 4.0" (1948)

Record Precipitation: 2.31" (1948)