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Fall / Winter

Fall in Niagara USA offers the changing of green leaves to red, yellow, purple, and brown. September and October are the best times to view the spectacular colors of the fall foliage. Visitors should take precaution, as fall weather tends to get chilly and windy with a hint of rain. There is also a possibility of snow closer to the end of October and throughout November. We recommend wearing pants, sneakers or rain boots, with a warm sweater or jacket and layers!

Winter in Niagara offers snow and beautiful natural ice displays on surrounding trees and around the base of Niagara Falls, and also calls for plentiful snow and cold temperatures. Depending on the snow fall and temperature, warm boots, heavy jackets, gloves and a hat should be worn. Also, even during winter the Falls produce a mist and visitors will get wet, it is important to dress in layers and clothing that will keep you dry! *Maid of the Mist and other seasonal attractions do not run from late October to early May due to the frozen conditions and water levels.

Average Temperatures are as follows:
(September, October, November)
between 31° and 72°F
(-1° and 22°C)
Winter (December, January, February) between 16° and 37°F (-9° and 3°C)

*Keep in mind that the mist from the Falls affect weather conditions. If you are close to the Falls, you will get wet from the mist. It is important to always bring rain gear or an extra set of dry clothing.

Niagara Tourism & Convention Corporation
10 Rainbow Boulevard
Niagara Falls, NY 14303

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