This is the second time in a winter! Yesterday, icy temperatures turned the millions of gallons of water that normally flow over the Niagara Falls every minute into ice. Here are some pictures!
For the second time in this Northeastern United States and Canada’s frigid winter, the Niagara falls has come to an icy halt.
Can you imagine? The six million cubic feet of water that typically flow over the falls every minute have frozen over.
The flow of water over the falls typically can withstand icy temperatures like those that have frozen much of the country this winter, but Monday’s high of 9 degrees Fahrenheit brought Niagara Falls to a standstill.
And photographers were there to snap some stunning images of the frozen waterfall.
More pictures here.