Niagara Falls FREEZES as wind chill drops as low as -89 DEGREES and 220MILLION prepare for a VERY chilly New Year’s Eve

Saturday, December 30, 2017
By Paul Martin

Americans will see morning low temperatures in the single digits or below zero for New Year’s weekend
Parts of Niagara Falls froze in midair as the water was coming over the peak, leaving sparkling icicles
Atop Mount Washington, the Northeast’s highest peak, the temperature has hit -34 degrees with a -89 degree wind chill
Weather observers tested the cold on the summit by pouring out boiling water, which turned into ‘snow’
In Erie, Pennsylvania, a storm dumped more than 65 inches of snow in a span of four days
Forecasters warned of hypothermia and frostbite from arctic air settling in over the US and spreading east
In South Dakota, an 83-year-old woman died from exposure to the cold after crashing her car on Saturday

By Abigail Miller and Mary Kekatos
DailyMail.com
30 December 2017

Parts of Niagara falls have frozen as bitter cold weather has swept over most of the northern United States, leaving many areas looking like Narnia.

More than 220million people face below freezing temperatures on Friday, as temperatures are expected to drop further as the New Year’s weekend continues.

And atop Mount Washington, the Northeast’s highest peak, the temperature has hit negative 34 degrees, with a negative 89 degree wind chill and videos showing boiling water being tossed into the air and turning into ‘snow’.

The bitter temperatures have already been blamed for a handful of deaths and cancelled in long list of weekend celebrations. Mountain weather-related headaches continue to pile up in already winter-weary parts of the Midwest and East Cost experiencing highway pileups, frozen pips and car thefts.

And though the conditions may be treacherous, gorgeous photos of places such as Niagara Falls show glittering frozen icicles and bright white snow piles almost make the arctic chill worth it.

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