Just how windy did it get last night?  Well, strong enough gusts to move something that hasn't budged in over 100 years!

WGRZ out with the story this afternoon,

Last nights' high winds and rain have caused an historic scow lodged in the Niagara River to shift and head towards Niagara Falls. The iron scow has been lodged in the upper rapids above the Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian side for over a century.

As of now,

 It is still lodged in the upper rapids according to Niagara Parks officials.

For, the full history of how this iron scow came to land near Buffalo, click here