The province was slammed with a hefty storm this weekend that covered most cities in white.\nIn fact, the snow in Ontario was so heavy that it even shattered records for some GTA cities.\nBrampton recorded a whopping 24.5 centimetres, while other areas of the province, such as Pearson airport saw just over 19 centimetres.\nAs residents' streets got flooded with the white stuff, we were reminded just how much Ontarians can't handle the snow.\nEditor's Choice: WHO Official Urges Leaders To 'Stop Using Lockdown' As Their Main COVID-19 Control Method\nFrozen 3: Olaf's Revenge\nOlaf may be Frozen under a blanket of snow in #kitchener, but he bounced back to life when we plugged him in. #ONStorm @CTVKitchener @weathernetwork pic.twitter.com/ahVc9uTIlk— Ron Williams (@this_guys_a_gas) November 22, 2020\nThere is something slightly unsettling about watching a goofy-looking snowman burst out of the ground.\nA reminder to all residents to maybe bring your inflatables indoors next time a big storm is rolling in.\nNah. I'm calling in sick.\nI stand by my dislike for snow. #onstorm #snowsucks pic.twitter.com/63fE5elg3X— Kathleen McIntyre (Peroff) (@kathleenperoff) November 23, 2020\nImagine waking up and seeing your car buried under more than just snow?\nIt might be time to invest in a garage or some underground parking.\nToronto drivers are the worst.\nCharged two #DistractedDrivers today who were busy using the phone while driving despite the less than ideal road and weather conditions.Distracted driving is bad enough on a good day; but when the roads are like this? Give me a break... #PhoneInOneHandTicketInTheOther pic.twitter.com/kxPSyL46eA— Cst. Marc Taraso (@CstTaraso9345) November 22, 2020\nIt looks some residents forgot how to drive during this weekend's snowstorm.\nKeep your eyes on the road and check your Twitter at home.\nIt's gone. Move on.\n#ONStorm Wow, summer is finally over?? pic.twitter.com/T5LJz0pCRh— Jim Chan (@phijimchan) November 22, 2020\nIt's time to move into the acceptance stage of grief. Summer is gone and the only thing to look forward to is the snow.\nDon't slip.\nGot a lot of funny looks on my run today, and for good reason. #ONStorm pic.twitter.com/TBQTHKI6eK— Ben Cousins (@cousins_ben) November 22, 2020\nWhile it's important to work out, maybe investing in some proper snow shoes would help.\nRolling into this week like.\nAnd here is me sledding pic.twitter.com/bNmnabXcfy— Defne🌹 (@defned28) November 23, 2020\nThe most you can do is try to make the best of the snowstorm. However, it looks like some people weren't even able to do that.\nAvoid the fiery snow.\nMultiple Alarm Fire-- Markham Road @TPFFA on scene of a 2nd 🚨 fire early this morning in the snow & slush. Several large explosions were heard. Crews reported smoke and flames visible on arrival.@ChiefPeggTFS @TFSDeputyChief @debbiejhiggins @SW_ON_TRAFFIC #Toronto pic.twitter.com/b9T8kFUJEz— Kyle.Taylor (@livingbyyyz) November 23, 2020\nExplosions. Fire. Snow and slush. It pretty much sums up this snowstorm of 2020.\nTimelapse.\nShort #Timelapse in North #Toronto Yonge St #Snow #Canada pic.twitter.com/j9H136WJg5— Still Don’t Know My Name (@entropic_enigma) November 22, 2020\nPlay sad music over this and you've just made yourself a hit movie.