Extreme Cold Transforms Niagara Falls Into a Frozen Winter Wonderland
The extreme temperatures will not be deterring tourists from visiting the iconic Niagara Falls this winter. The deep freeze that hit North America has transformed the famous waterfalls into a frosty winter wonderland. 'December 2017 was the coldest in Niagara Falls since December 2000,' say meteorologists. Consider 3,000 tons of water flowing over the falls every second, wind chilling in this zone at around 10/15 degrees below zero, the mist freezing the rocks and walkways near the popular waterfall. Result? A breathtaking sight, like a fairy tale. So, if you are not venturing out into these frigid temperatures, here are some