Great Lakes -St. Lawrence Lowlands
Climate in Niagara Falls:
In the spring, the daily high temperatures in March, April and May range from 5° to 19 degrees Celsius. Outdoor camping before mid- May is not advisable. Snowfall season usually ends by mid- April. Lake Erie ice and water temperature may effect the surrounding land mass.
In the summer, the daily high temperatures in June July and August range from 25° to 21° degrees Celsius. Weather is generally bright and sunny. Rainfall has been sporadic during past several years with near drought conditions.
In the fall, the daily high temperatures in September, October and November range from 22° to 8° degrees Celsius. it is unlikely to show prior to the end of October.
In the winter, the daily high temperatures in December, January and February range from 2° to -0.9° degrees Celsius. Artic high pressure generally dominates during the winter months bringing cold and clear days. Niagara falls has these unique shows usually in the night time where there are lights, colorful lights, pointing at the falls
How Niagara Falls is Formed:
Niagara Escarpment which extends from Niagara falls to Manitoulin Island. The Niagara Escarpment was formed by differential erosion. A process called differential erosion. Different rates of erosion have caused three different levels of elevation on the prairies. Each level is separated by a sharp rise called an escarpment. Escarpments form when a harder rock layer that overlays a softer layer that resists erosion.