2012 Giants World Series parade forecast calls for mild, dry weather

Ezra Shaw

Fans attending the Giants World Series parade can expect dry weather throughout the celebration.

The San Francisco Giants World Series Champions Homecoming parade hits the streets of the city by the bay Wednesday morning. Weather in San Francisco is always a question mark, but Giants fans planning on attending the parade are in for some luck, as the forecast calls for mild, dry weather.

According to Weather.com, the temperature for the 11 a.m. start time is 61 degrees and cloudy and the conditions won't change much as morning turns in to afternoon. The clouds are supposed to hang around in to the afternoon and the high temperature for the afternoon is 64 degrees. There is a slight chance of rain through the afternoon, but any precipitation is likely to stay away until Monday night.

The parade starts on Market St. at Steuart St. and ends at Civic Center Plaza, where Mayor Ed Lee will present the team with the key to the city at a Civic Celebration.

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