(City of Boston)
BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — The New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII. Boston will be celebrating the win with a parade, according to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.
The duck boat parade will be held Tuesday at 11:00 a.m., and will begin at the Hynes Convention Center. The route will continue on Boylston Street, and then will turn left on Tremont Street — ending on Cambridge Street.
Beginning at 9 a.m., Boylston Street, Tremont Street, and Cambridge Street in the area of the parade route will be closed to traffic. Those streets will reopen when crowds disperse in each area.
Parking will also be restricted during the event.
Temperatures may be mild for the parade, with a high of about 58 degrees in Boston on Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. A mostly cloudy morning is expected with a chance of becoming sunny later on.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said the parade will likely draw a large crowd due to the mild weather. He is urging those attending to take the MBTA instead of driving to the parade.
Walsh also issued a reminder that the parade is a family event.
"On those duck boats are gonna be families, kids," Walsh said. "So, we're asking you do no throw things. Do not throw beers; do not throw anything at those boats. We don't want to see anyone get hurt while they're in town and watching a parade."
Sunday’s game became the lowest scoring Super Bowl ever. It is the sixth Super Bowl win for the Patriots.
WBZ NewsRadio's Kim Tunnicliffe ( @KimWBZ ) reports