From the Buffalo News (including several beautiful pictures):
Even Tesla was freezing.
That is one image that sticks with me after the overwhelming experience of seeing Niagara Falls in winter. You know that oversized, Soviet-style statue of Nikola Tesla that sits on Stedman’s Bluff, overlooking the American Falls? The great scientist sat hunkered down, the blueprints in his lap covered in snow and ice, and you could swear he was shivering.
Not to sound like your mother, Nikola, but you shouldn’t go anywhere near Niagara Falls in winter without the proper attire.
I learned that the hard way.