Niagara Falls may not be roaring like its usual self, but one thing's for sure, it has gotten more visitors this week than on a typical winter day. They are all visiting in hopes of seeing the gigantic body water frozen. While pictures from the Canadian side make the landmark appear to be frozen, its rapid waters are still moving swiftly underneath the ice. Continue reading for a video and more information.
The Baltimore Sun reports, "The endless winter has 'frozen' over Niagara Falls in record-breaking sub-zero temperatures. Every evening beginning at dusk, the Falls are lit with rainbow-colored lights."