As winter temperatures in North America drop to freezing new lows, Niagara Falls State Park has turned into a beautiful icy wonderland.
Temperatures on the American and Canadian sides of the park dropped to –14 degrees Fahrenheit on New Year’s Eve.
Though the falls themselves do not freeze, the water creates large swathes of mist that coat the surrounding greenery in ice.
when i went in March :) Not quite as icy but still beautiful pic.twitter.com/cAj60pi2q2— Hannah-4th Earp Sis ??☕? (@EarpSista) December 29, 2017
And the US side looks quite alien as well. This is from today morning. pic.twitter.com/TogyUwINqF— Subhasish Das (@bhuto) December 29, 2017
Niagara Falls is a 'winter wonderland' right now ❄️ pic.twitter.com/LhlOsG3pNo— PRotect All Wildlife (@itsworldpups) December 31, 2017
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