Niagara Falls Frozen by Arctic Chill

Still images show parts of the 176 foot (53.6.m) American Falls covered in ice and the area below the observation area frozen over. A deadly blast of arctic air that shattered decades-old temperature records as it enveloped the eastern United States on Tuesday (January 8) caused Niagara Falls on the United States and Canadian border to become a winter wonderland.

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