4 Mar 14 – For the second time this winter, Niagara falls has come to an icy halt as the six million cubic feet of water that typically flow over the falls every minute has frozen over.
Niagara Falls can usually withstand icy temperatures, but Monday’s high of 9 degrees Fahrenheit (-12.8C) and low of -1ºF (-18.3C) brought the famous falls to a standstill.
In January, another record-breaking cold front managed to freeze the mighty falls, turning the cascading water to ice.
No thaw is expected anytime soon, as temperatures at the western New York tourist attraction were expected to dip below 0º Ft (-17.8C) on Monday night.
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