Gallery: Record Temperatures in February 2017

February 24, 2017 was the all-time record high of 71 degrees, the warmest observed temperature in Boston during the month of February, according to the National Weather Service. The previous record, 70 degrees, was set on Feb. 24, 1985.

Newtrack: WBUR’s Super Bowl XXIII

Based in Boston, WBUR is familiar with covering the Patriots. For the Super Bowl WBUR generated multimedia content to cover the big game and the celebration that followed.

Below are images from WBUR Newsroom’s gallery titled “Photos: Patriots And Fans Celebrate Historic, Come-From-Behind Super Bowl Win” posted the morning after the game.

The gallery features photos by WBUR photographer Joe Difazio as well as images from the Associated Press. Using several sources for content allows WBUR to maintain a high standard for quality.cask-cel

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The Newsroom also reported in preparation for the 2017 Patriots Parade, providing a map of the parade route which began near Prudential Center and finished at City Hall Plaza.

They’re coverage of the victory parade included a interview with Boston’s chief of operations, Patrick Brophy. “We’ve done this a number of times,” Brophy said. “We try to improve upon it each and every time and make this an experience that young children and families will never forget.”

The article concluded with a statement Mayor Marty Walsh made Sunday night announcing the parade:”The Patriots have made Boston and New England proud — fire up the duck boats!”

WBUR Newsroom followed the parade with a follow up article title: “Fans Line Boston Streets To Celebrate Patriots Super Bowl Victory.” Images from that article are included below.

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