Photo: Printscreen / Twitter
Parts of Niagara Falls, on the U.S.-Canada border, froze during yesterday’s day after temperatures dropped to -18 degrees on the Niagara River last week, and cold waves are still present in the U.S. state of New York and other parts. North America, writes The Independent.
The British paper states that tourists who found themselves at Niagara Falls yesterday could see and photograph large pieces of ice floating in the water, while clouds of steam and rainbow were present throughout the day.
“Independent” writes that although in some photos it seems that the waterfalls are completely frozen, the water never stops flowing despite such conditions, and the presence of large areas of ice on the waterfall was recorded during 2014 and 2015 when polar cyclones hit the area.
Along with many other federal states across the United States during the last two weeks, New York was also hit by a strong cold wave, and more snowfall is expected in Niagara over the next few days, according to the British paper.
#FROZEN #NIAGARA #WATERFALLS #cold #wave #America #froze #waterfalls #created #fairytalelike #scene #PHOTO #VIDEO