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It will be a chilly (SoCal standard) 2020 Rose Parade weather in Pasadena with a chance of light showers, according to the Old Farmer’s Almanac.
By Jessica Woo
The weather service predicts the weather on Wednesday to be upper 40s and rising to low-60’s throughout the day.
New Year’s Eve and Day
The Parade occurs on New Year’s Day. A chilly night is forecast for Wednesday night with temperatures in the upper 40s in the evening (low 38F) with 20 % chance of rain.
Rain or shine, float decorators are working against the clock to finish the floats.
If you’re planning for overnight camping on the famous Colorado Boulevard, it is wise to bring a warm jacket, heavy blankets, and a pillow. Do not underestimate sleeping on the boulevard as it will get cold; colder than sleeping in an enclosed environment (as in your bedroom.) Dress up in layers and have some warm fluids handy.
Day of the parade
- Wear comfortable shoes.
- Bring a seat cushion (those bleachers will be really cold early morning).
- Wear layers. It will be chilly when the parade starts, and it will gradually warm up.
- Bring coffee or tea, water and snacks.
> 2020 Rose Parade Parking tips and restrictions.
> 2020 Rose Parade Safety tips and reminders.
> Getting home after the parade.
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