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Sunday, December 31, 2017

Niagara Falls Has Turned To Ice + Warnings Of Hypothermia And Frostbite Across The US


THE US is colder than the surface of Mars and Niagara Falls has turned to ice as temperatures plummet to record-breaking lows — leading to frozen sharks washing up on the beach.





It is set to be the coldest New Year in living memory as 220 million Americans wrap up to face lows of -37 degrees Celsius.

The crippling cold has brought transit systems grinding to a halt in Boston while there were 30 crashes in one Michigan county alone on Friday morning due to treacherous icy roads.

Fountains froze over in New York where New Years Eve partygoers are being warned to lay off the booze and bring some hand warmers to see the famous big ball drop in Times Square as forecasters say it will hit -11C.

The National Weather Service has warned of hypothermia and frostbite across the country.


A dog in Ohio was found frozen solid on a front porch — while three Atlantic White Sharks have been found frozen solid having been washed up on Cape Cod Bay, Massachusetts over the last three days.


A temperature of -35C was recorded in Mount Washington Observatory in New Hampshire — the highest peak in the northeastern United States — breaking a record set back in 1933

Such is the extreme cold that some parts of the US are chillier than the surface of Mars.

Data from the Curiosity Rover, which is roaming the red planet, shows temperatures there reached a comparatively balmy -23C on December 20.


Niagara Falls looked more like Narnia as the landmark which straddles the on the border between New York State and Canada froze over.

But the picturesque scenes do not mask the danger as the cold has already been blamed for a handful of deaths.




from UK Sun

13 comments:

  1. They should use that shark to make hot pepper soup...

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  2. 😱, this is serious o. I thank God am an African, we don't know what we are enjoying. Even for this small harmatan, people still dey complain. People of the USA, sorry ooo

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    1. I still desire to go to america abeg

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  3. My thoughts are with people over there



    *Larry was here*

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  4. So why are people still going there. It's like these people like toying with death

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  5. Wow, this is serious.God is really Great

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  6. That's how a friend had an accident yesterday.
    Visibility was low and it's a snowing heavily.
    She lost control of her car and hit a tree.
    Car was totaled, but thank God she was unhurt.

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  7. Its all over the news, just like in the movie the day after tomorrow the US is now in the ice age.
    If you are in the US and you love the weather, enjoy it, if you don't, just hang on it will pass, I for one will not wish to be anywhere near there. I hate extreme cold!

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  8. You can keep warm if you layer up and don't stay too long in d cold. God help us all

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  9. Mscheeew they should come to Alberta.Some cities reached -45 degrees. But -37 degrees is cold sha.

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