Photos: Stunning Frozen Niagara Falls (January 2018)

8 01 2018

Photo credit to Express.co.uk

The East Coast of the United States and Canada was slammed by a “bomb cyclone”, a low-pressure weather system similar to a hurricane which brought snow, ice, and strong winds even to places that rarely snows like certain parts of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.

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The extreme cold weather froze parts of the running water of the Niagara Falls, which turns it into a beautiful natural winter wonderland.  

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Also read: Photos: Niagara Falls Frozen For The Second Time (March 2014)

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Drone Captured Spectacular View Of Frozen Niagara Falls

23 02 2015

A video caught by a drone captures the spectacular view of the frozen Niagara Falls.

The video shows such an amazing view of the beautiful frozen Niagara Falls which only a drone can capture.

Here’s the video…





In Pictures: Frozen Niagara Falls (Feb, 2015)

18 02 2015
The U.S. side of the Niagara Falls is partially frozen after temperatures in the area dropped to -2F.

The U.S. side of the Niagara Falls is partially frozen after temperatures in the area dropped to -2F.

Part of Niagara Falls has frozen over, as cold  weather continues to affect the United States.

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In Photos: Autumn Snow Freezes New York

20 11 2014
Snowdrifts create a beautiful setting as a man tries to dig out his driveway on Bowen Rd in Lancaster, N.Y. Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014. A lake-effect snow storm dumped over five feet of snow in areas across Western New York. Another two to three feet of snow is expected in the area, bringing snow totals to over 100 inches, almost a years' worth of snow in three days. (AP photo/Gary Wiepert)

Snowdrifts create a beautiful setting as a man tries to dig out his driveway on Bowen Rd in Lancaster, N.Y. Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014. A lake-effect snow storm dumped over five feet of snow in areas across Western New York. Another two to three feet of snow is expected in the area, bringing snow totals to over 100 inches, almost a years’ worth of snow in three days. (AP photo/Gary Wiepert)

Lake-effect snow pummelled areas around Buffalo for a second straight day, leaving residents stuck in their homes as officials tried to clear massive snow mounds with another storm looming.

Even hardened Buffalo residents were caught off-guard as more than 5 feet fell in parts of the city by Wednesday morning. Some areas were expected to get 6 feet by the storm’s end Wednesday afternoon. A second storm was due Wednesday night.

The storm was blamed for five deaths in New York including three from heart attacks. (AP)

I wonder if Niagara Falls will be frozen again this year, as it did twice early of this year, first in January and again in March.

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Video: Niagara Falls Frozen Again, March 2014

5 03 2014

This is the second time in less than two months the Niagara Falls freeze.

Here is the video of the frozen falls…

(Please click here for Photos: Niagara Falls Frozen For The Second Time (March 2014)





Stunning Videos Of Partially Frozen Niagara Falls (Jan 2014)

13 01 2014

The polar vortex has frozen part of Niagara Falls and transformed it into a winter wonderland.





US Polar Vortex: Stunning Photos of Icicles, Frozen Lakes and Ice 2014

11 01 2014
Frozen mist from Niagara Falls coats the landscape at Niagara Falls state park. Photograph: James Neiss/AP

Frozen mist from Niagara Falls coats the landscape at Niagara Falls state park. Photograph: James Neiss/AP

January Polar Vortex or Arctic Air caused very cold wind and freezing temperature across the North America killing at least 9 people.

Icicles form on a fountain in Augusta, Georgia. Photograph: Michael Holahan/ZUMA Press/Corbis

Icicles form on a fountain in Augusta, Georgia. Photograph: Michael Holahan/ZUMA Press/Corbis

Ice balls take over Lake Michigan. Image credit to Huffpost Green.

Ice balls take over Lake Michigan. Image credit to Huffpost Green.

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