Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Lowlands
Climate: All ye
first lets start off with SPRING in March, April and May range from 5° to 19 degrees Celsius(41° - 66° degrees Fahrenheit).Nightly temperatures range from -3° to 8° degrees Celsius (26º to 46° degrees Fahrenheit). Camping and outdoor activities would not be advised before mid-May because snow fall normally ends at mid-April, also because your near water the winds pick up at night and it can get fairly cold at night. next is SUMMER. In the summer, the daily high temperatures in June July and August range from 25° to 21° degrees Celsius (75º to 81° degrees Fahrenheit ). Nightly temperatures range from 14° to 17° degrees Celsius (57° to 63° degrees Fahrenheit).Weather is generally bright and sunny. Rainfall is often because there is a lot of water near by. I good tome to camp and do fun activities. Next is Fall.In the fall, the daily high temperatures in September, October and November range from 22° to 8° degrees Celsius (72° to 46° degrees Fahrenheit). Nightly temperatures range from 13° to 1° degrees Celsius (55° to 34° degrees Fahrenheit). At this time the weather varies so you will get rain, sun, snow or wind, ETC. Lastly is WINTER.In the winter, the daily high temperatures in December, January and February range from 2° to -0.9° degrees Celsius (36° to 30° degrees Fahrenheit). Nightly temperatures range from -4.5° to -8.2° degrees Celsius (24° to 17° degrees Fahrenheit). In the winter it get very cloud because of the near by water.
The geology of the region
he Story of the Falls began 600 million years ago. The future site of the Great Lakes stood at the centre of a broad, shallow sea that covered much of North America. Beneath these waters were the already ancient Pre-Cambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield-the bowl- shaped basement of our continent.
For 100 million years, rain and wind and the lapping of waves ground rocks into powder. This material collected, layer after layer, in the concave sea bottom, depositing soft sediments over top of the harder Pre-Cambrian rockSuddenly, the Earth shook, pushing forth the Appalachian mountains. Rivers flowed in new patterns, carrying mud westward. Where the rivers intermingled, huge muddy deltas formed, sprawling over 600 kilometres, from east of what is now Lake Ontario to beyond the present shore of Lake Huron. That mud, cemented by the eons, forms the distinctive purple-red shale called the Queenston Formation and the sandy ledge-forming rocks of Niagara Gorge.
At Niagara Falls you can do many and plenty of things from experience of going there, there are things to do such as great wolf flog, camping, night stay at a hotel, look at stars,ETC . You can never take a trip to Niagara Falls and not do anything.
I would start a business at Niagara Falls because it's a very popular place many and of people go. I feel if I started a business it would be very successful. Also if I started a business I would do a tourism business because of what the place it is. When it start to get cold out side then I would make it into a skating rink. I feel this is successful because many of people like doing thing like that, but this place is very popular so it would it would very successful.