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Pretty pictures of the Toronto slush storm

Today's the kind of day that reminds me of David Hasselhoff eating a cheeseburger — it's a mess. While it won't go down as much of a storm (about 11cm of snow was recorded at Pearson as of noon today) the fact that slush was falling from the sky throughout most of the morning was kind of weird and, quite frankly, uncomfortable. It's probably best not to discuss what the sidewalks and streets look like (Hasselhoff again).

Sure, it's just winter weather. And sure, anonymous commenters to come, it's not really a big deal. But I like pictures. I like pictures of slush. I like pictures of snow. And I even like knowing that some sweatpant-clad dude in his basement apartment gets angry because I post such pictures on the internet. So more No-Name brand potato chips for him! And pretty photos for the rest of us!

To add your pics to the collection, follow blogTO on Instagram or join our Flickr pool and tag them #snowTO or #slushTO. Stay dry if you can!

Lead photo by Ben Roffelsen.

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