At this point, you’ve hopefully managed to dig your way out of the house, or, maybe you’re still digging. Snow and lots of it remain from Monday’s blizzard which dumped up to 60 centimetres in parts of the province.
Some Ontarians embraced the unusual snowfall; using it as an opportunity to test their snowmobiles on city streets, tour the city on cross country skis, and even play an improvised game of curling.
Only curling shot I’ve thrown this year #curling pic.twitter.com/PXoT7aA8nX
— John K. White (@JohnKWhite) January 17, 2022
Conditions were just right for cross-country skiing in many Ontario cities.
Snow day in #ottawa. pic.twitter.com/TOsjfqYQyN
— Dave Chan (@davechanman) January 17, 2022
This thread from Toronto Star columnist Shawn Micallef is worth the read. He went for a cross-country ski tour of downtown Toronto and raved about the conditions along Bloor and Yonge.
Conditions on Bloor are excellent. The best in years! pic.twitter.com/mtBqdIzglP
— Three Geese Radius (@shawnmicallef) January 17, 2022
While some embraced the powder, fidos everywhere were ill-prepared for the depth of the snow that awaited them in their yards.
But Daddd, I changed my mind. Let me in! 🤣🤣 #dogs #doberman #snowstorm2022
Some had instant regrets.
She hates me now… #frenchie #snowday #torontoweather #fyp #snowstorm #snowedin #foryou
If you haven’t already, it’s time to invest in one of these.
When Dad is left with the kids and ya gotta shovel out! #OntStorm #SnowDay pic.twitter.com/zpo7u5SfWG
— MrsDee (@PDSBMrsD) January 17, 2022
Sure beats shovelling!
- Gas-powered engine
- Clearing width of 24″
- 2-year warranty