The U.S. side of the Niagara Falls is pictured in Ontario, January 8, 2014. The frigid air and “polar vortex” that affected about 240 million people in the United States and southern Canada will depart during the second half of this week, and a far-reaching January thaw will begin, according to AccuWeather.com. (REUTERS/Aaron Harris)
REUTERS reported that the Niagara Falls partially froze on Tuesday, when the high temperature was a record low of minus 2 degrees.
The ice formed on the U.S. side of the falls, which straddle the border between the United States and Canada.
I visited the Niagara Falls in the autumn of 2006, I was 3 years old at the time and I was very excited to see lots of rainbows around the falls.