St. Louis Blues Parade Route Saturday: Where to Watch Stanley Cup Champions, Live Stream, TV Channel, Time

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Alex Pietrangelo #27 of the St. Louis Blues celebrates with the Stanley Cup after defeating the Boston Bruins in Game Seven to win the 2019 NHL Stanley Cup Final at TD Garden on June 12 in Boston, Massachusetts. Getty/Bruce Bennett

St. Louis Blues fans who couldn't make it to Boston for Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final will have the chance to celebrate their team's first ever championship later this week.

Shortly after they beat the Boston Bruins in Game 7 on Thursday night, the Blues announced a parade will be held in The Gateway City on Saturday.

For the first time, 'St. Louis Blues' will soon be etched into the Stanley Cup!!! #WeAllBleedBlue #stlblues

— St. Louis Blues (@StLouisBlues) June 13, 2019

Details shared on Twitter by the team's official account suggest the parade will start at 18th and Market Street and end at Broadway and Market Street, with a rally to follow at the Gateway Arch.

Blues fans who can't attend the parade will be able to choose from four different TV channels to keep up with the action, as the event is set to be broadcast by KTVI, KMOV, KSDK and Fox Sports Midwest.

According to the St. Louis Dispatch, work has already begun around the Gateway Arch to prepare the area for the parade and build a temporary stage.

However, the festivities could turn rather soggy as wet weather is expected in the area on Saturday morning with potentially severe storms hitting St. Louis in the evening.

"We still have a chance for rain in the afternoon. Can't completely rule it out, but it's less likely," Melissa Byrd, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service was quoted as saying.

"There is a marginal risk for severe storms in the later afternoon hours and into the evening. Even though the chances are less, there is a marginal risk of severe storms."

According to weather forecasting service AccuWeather, there is a 54 percent chance of precipitation on Saturday evening with the high temperature to be around 82 degrees.

Rain and storms are unlikely to dampen Blues fans' enthusiasm, as they celebrated a first ever Stanley Cup victory in its first final appearance since 1970.

Celebrate, STL! You’ve waited a long time for this. #WeAllBleedBlue #stlblues

— St. Louis Blues (@StLouisBlues) June 13, 2019

Having trailed 1-0 and then 2-1 in the series, the Blues then took a 3-2 lead only for Boston to force a Game 7 on home ice.

The Blues, however, held their nerve and defeated the Bruins 4-1 in the decider, thanks to goals from Ryan O'Reilly, Alex Pietrangelo, Brayden Schenn and Zach Sanford.

Their first Stanley Cup success was made even more remarkable by the fact the Blues were last in the NHL standings with a 15-18-4 record as 2018 came to a close. However, the 30-10-5 record they put together after the turn of the year was the best in the league and kick-started an incredible post-season run.