This Day in Weather History: The day that Niagara Falls completely stopped

On Mar. 30, 1848, Niagara Falls was missing its key trait, the falls. It's incredible to see the 3,160 tons of water per second flowing over Niagara Falls, but the site without its eponymous feature is also quite spectacular. This is how the Falls stopped falling.

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