DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Partygoers in Dallas are improvising to ring in 2018 as the bitter cold weather affects how people are celebrating.

Reunion Tower in downtown Dallas is the centerpiece of a big fireworks show and many people are finding ways to stay warm, so they can take in the festivities.

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Along with party favors and confetti, winter apparel like hats, gloves and scarves are the standard this New Year’s Eve — unless you’re indoors.

Out on the city streets, faces and hands were hidden from the cold. One family is visiting from Oklahoma.

“Compared to Oklahoma, I think it’s a breeze,” said Guru Singh.

They’re planning a cozy New Year’s Eve indoors.

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Dallas cocktail bar Tipsy Alchemist will welcome over 150 guests with plenty of warmth.

“It’s looking to be a great, great New Year’s Eve, even with the weather how it is,” said Alon Weltman, director of events and public relations for Tipsy Alchemist.

Over at Parliament, an Uptown lounge-bar, Jesse Powell said they’re expecting around 200 people stop in throughout the night.

“I find that weather doesn’t really factor into the outcome of the situation,” said Powell. “With a room this size, it’s a lot easier to create a comfortable environment for everyone.”

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The Dallas Fire Marshal said that if wind speeds reach 20 miles per hour, there might be changes to the big fireworks show. So far, the show is a go.