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Frigid winter temperatures have left breathtaking ice formations all over Niagara Falls. On Sunday, visitors caught a glimpse of a rainbow on the New York side of the majestic waterfall 🌈❄️

Frigid winter temperatures have left breathtaking ice formations all over Niagara Falls. On Sunday, visitors caught a glimpse of a rainbow on the New York side of the majestic waterfall 🌈❄️

Frigid winter temperatures have left breathtaking ice formations all over Niagara Falls. On Sunday, visitors caught a glimpse of a rainbow on the New York side of the majestic waterfall 🌈❄️

▶️ Cold temperatures left Niagara Falls encrusted in ice, creating quite the site for visitors, Sunday. The cold weather is expected to continue, as the forecast for Monday predicted more snow and a high temperature of 27 degrees Fahrenheit. (REUTERS)

Frigid winter temperatures have left breathtaking ice formations all over Niagara Falls. On Sunday, visitors caught a glimpse of a rainbow on the New York side of the majestic waterfall 🌈❄️

It's a winter wonderland at the Niagara Falls! ❄️🌈 Tourists take in spectacular views of ice and rainbow on Sunday, with the bitter cold leaving parts of the famous falls covered in ice. 📷 Lindsay DeDario, Reuters

Visitors viewed water flowing around ice sits at the base of the American Falls due to cold temperatures in Niagara Falls, New York on Sunday.

It's a winter wonderland at the Niagara Falls as tourists take in spectacular views of ice and rainbow on Sunday, with the bitter cold leaving parts of the famous falls covered in ice. Lindsay DeDario, Reuters

LOOK: Parts of Niagara Falls were covered in ice after weeks of cold weather. People visiting the New York side of the falls also caught a glimpse of this rainbow while snapping photos Sunday.

FROZEN FALLS: Parts of Niagara Falls were covered in ice after weeks of cold weather. People visiting the New York side of the falls also caught a glimpse of this rainbow while snapping photos Sunday (2/21).

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US authorities name Pascale Cecile Veronique Ferrier as Quebec woman arrested trying to cross the border Sunday near Niagara Falls. Ferrier was arrested in connection with a letter sent to the White House containing a substance believed to be ricin. She's to be in court Tuesday.

HAPPENING NOW: The bridge, linking Canada to the U.S., sees anywhere from 3800 to 4200 cars pass over it on a typical Sunday in February, said a spokesperson for the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission.

Get Ready Because I Am Coming To Niagara Falls Comic Con This Weekend! Friday, Saturday, And Sunday! Can’t Wait To See You All There!

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