Niagara Waterfalls one of the best tourism hotspots since the 19th century. Every year almost 12 million tourists visit this amazing waterfall. Niagara fall is the massive trio of waterfalls that straddle between the international borders of Canada and New York was formed by glacial activity more than 10,000 years ago.
The United States is witnessing one of the coldest weeks of the year as a deep freeze across the mid-west and east coast has dropped the temperature which results in the cancellations of New year celebration across the regions of New York. The bleak weather has also made one of the world’s most beautiful destination, i.e, Niagara Waterfalls, even more miraculous sight than usual.
As an Arctic vortex covered some areas of the US, with temperatures dipping to -38 in some areas, frost blanketed parts of the Niagara Waterfalls and it could freeze completely this winter. But the cold conditions has not stopped tourists from moving to the iconic place.
Though appearing frozen, the river is actually running as normal and is not what’s freezing over but mist from the waterfalls freezes as it lands on its surroundings.The result is an icy spectacle.