The New England Patriots won the Super Bowl 49 in a thrilling 28-24 score game against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night. The winner could go either way on the crucial final minute in the game until Russell Wilson threw a goal line interception by Malcolm Butler who became the hero bailing out the Patriots on their 4th Super Bowl in 13 years.
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Now comes the fans dilemma on the New England Patriots Super Bowl 2015 parade celebrations that even it’s mayor can’t decide until Monday due to the city was still recovering from massive snow storm last week and another blizzard is moving in.
Indeed on Monday morning, Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that New England Patriots parade will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday. But later in the afternoon, the mayor himself postponed the date to Wednesday due to massive snow forecast.
The city issued a statement, “Due to today’s bad weather and the worsening forecast for tonight, the New England Patriots and the City of Boston have made the mutual decision to postpone the victory parade until Wednesday, February 4 at 11 a.m. We thank everyone for their flexibility and patience during the planning of this parade and we look forward to celebrating with Patriots fans during better weather on Wednesday.”
The Patriots Super Bowl parade route start at the Prudential Center and end at City Hall.
Super Bowl parade usually held on Wednesday the following week anyway as long as the weather is cooperating. According to Weather.com, massive winter storm Linux are in effect with blizzard warning of the Midwest moving into the Northeast as of Sunday. Boston snow forecast is 18-24 inches.
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In 2004 New England Patriots Super Bowl parade route, players travelled 11/2-mile from Copley Square Plaza to City Hall riding in Duck Boats. Boston police estimated a total crowd of 1.5 million in that parade. Police made seven arrests, most for disorderly conduct with eighty-seven people were injured but none seriously according to Boston Globe report.
Cold temperature registered 33 degrees at that parade ten years ago but this time will be below zero and players might need snow mobiles. One suggested a parade transportation on Twitter,
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