PASADENAÂ (CBSLA.com)Â â Preparations were underway Wednesday for theÂ 126th Rose Parade in Pasadena.
The La Canada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Association reached out to volunteers on Twitter after high winds caused a power outage that halted the construction of their float Tuesday night.READ MORE: 1 Dead In Shooting By CHP Officers In El Sereno
Decorating continued Wednesday morningÂ in hopes the float willÂ be completed beforeÂ judging.
Parade watchers will beÂ able to claim their spots along the 5.5-mile route in Pasadena starting at 12 p.m. Wednesday. Temperatures are expected to be near-record low, and officials recommended campers wear multiple layers, including hats and gloves, and drink warm fluids.
Small, professionally manufactured barbecues will be aloud as long as they areÂ elevated at least one foot off the ground andÂ located more than 25 feet from buildings or other flammable materials.Â Bonfires are prohibited.READ MORE: USC To Require Students, Facility & Staff Be Vaccinated Against Flu By Nov. 1
“All viewers, chairs and belongings must remain on the curb until 11 p.m., December 31. At thatÂ time, spectators may move out to the blue honor line,” officials said.
The Rose Parade will begin at 8 a.m. Thursday.
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