The rain which has fallen over Munich almost without exception since February did not want to make way for Bayern's treble-winning party in the city's central Marienplatz, but temperatures as low as seven degrees proved no deterrent for around 20,000 fans.
"Not only do we have a world class team, but we also have world class fans," said coach Jupp Heynckes on his penultimate public appearance as Bayern coach, his last coming on Tuesday when he announces his future plans at a press conference in the city.
"Without fans like you, we would never have been able to achieve what we have done."
Heynckes, parading the Champions League trophy won in London a week ago alongside the Bundesliga and the DFB Pokal which was secured last night, was also able to make good on a promise he made over two decades ago.
"I stood on this balcony in 1990 and, rather cockily, promised you the European Cup," he said.
"Well today I'm delivering on my promise: here is the Champions League."
It was the Bayern players' second appearance on the balcony of the city hall this summer, the first of which took place after their final home Bundesliga game of the season.
On Sunday, they returned with two more trophies, the Champions League and the DFB-Pokal, parading an historic maiden treble in the history of German football.