Toronto is still kind of shocked that it snowed
Oh no! White powder from the sky! What can we do? Where shall we go? How do we survive?
Toronto is dealing with its first major snowfall of the season right now, and, as usual, the occasion is being commemorated with an outpouring of disbelief.
“You see how snowy it is out there?! It’s a wonder wonderland”— Jess Scafiezzo (@jessscafiezzo) December 12, 2017
No Carol actually I didn’t see it even though I was just outside 47 seconds before you
Those who aren't inexplicably surprised by the December snowfall are either over it...
These cold snowy mornings got me thankful for my pink fluffy housecoat - where I shall live in for the rest of the season #bye— Sawina (@SalinaaSk) December 12, 2017
... or smitten by all the pretty flakes.
Sure, it's cold and slippery, but it's also rather beautiful if you see it the right way.
Commuters, on the other hand... not so much.
If you find it difficult to drive in wintery conditions try to remember this poem— Andy (@_rallycap) December 12, 2017
If you can't drive
In the ice and snow
Stay home so you don't
Leave yourself plenty of extra time today if you plan on travelling by car, bus, train, subway, streetcar, bike or foot, because first snowfalls like this can be really annoying for anyone who needs to get anywhere within a reasonable amount of time.
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