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Thanks to frigid temperatures across the Northeast this weekend, parts of Niagara Falls have frozen solid.
The cold snap, which has caused some heavy snow in the Midwest and brittle cold in the Northeast, has had quite the mesmerizing effect on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. People in the area on Sunday got to witness the stunning effect themselves, snapping pictures of the ice and snow covered of the trees, stairs, railings and waterfalls and posting them on social media.
Visitor Emma Grafham told CNN that the view reminded her of the Disney movie ‘Frozen.’
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