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Photo by Arjun Yadav

Extreme cold at the end of 2017 has frozen all but the moving water at Niagara Falls, according to a report by the New York State Office of Climate Change. Recent research suggests that a warming arctic may be contributing to cold snaps like this one in the Northeastern U.S. as a result of a weakened polar vortex, the report concluded. To find out more, contact the office at climatechange@dec.ny.gov.

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