Toronto got blasted with quite the storm this weekend as 17.2 centimetres of snow fell at Pearson Airport. This was a new daily record for the city and seemed to be more than people could handle. The Toronto snowstorm had cars swerving on the roads, TTC buses losing control, and Torontonians slipping on the icy sidewalks. The roads were out of control, and it was reported that there were over 250 accidents, according to Sgt. Kerry Schmidt of the OPP. Luckily, no fatalities were reported. However, videos online show that people got themselves into quite the mess while trying to coexist with the heavy snow. While the snowfall wasn't as bad as in Newfoundland, who got over 70 centimetres of the white stuff, the 6ix was still attempting to adapt to the thick layer of wet snow. However, while some people managed to get into little road trouble, others braved the conditions. Some videos have even surfaced online of people biking and skiing throughout the city.In fact, despite the bad road conditions, it seems as Toronto's inner Canadian shined through as locals were spotted chilling wine, building snowmen and enjoying all the good the storm had to offer.\nWhile a majority of the snow has been cleared, Toronto is still in for another few months of winter.\nLife Is A Highway, I Want To Ride It, Swerving All Day Long\nThis guys laugh kills me😂❌.#toronto #torontopolice #weather #storm #safety #winter#hwy401 #401 #sarpanch #toronto #brampton #mississauga pic.twitter.com/rL3O6r5GJd— 401_da_sarpanch (@401_da) January 19, 2020\nDriving in the storm was really no laughing matter. Even police cruisers were having trouble staying in their lanes.\nPush It, Push It Real Good\nPedestrians step in to help push stuck vehicle up Bathurst at Fort York. #snow #onstorm @CP24 @StormhunterTWN pic.twitter.com/AxDZql9G1v— Malik Chabou (@malikchabou) January 18, 2020\nIt looks like some vehicles got stuck in the snow and had to have some extra help from pedestrians.\nGoing Green, Even In The Middle Of A Snowstorm\n🇨🇦 Toronto, Canada: Food delivery man riding a bike in this weather 🥶. Not all heroes wear capes 🦸🏿♂️. #Snowmageddon #ONStorm #WinterStorm #torontoweather #snowstorm pic.twitter.com/cKznSCirkJ— Canadamania (@ItsCanadamania) January 18, 2020\nSome food delivery drivers were still out and about on their bikes. True dedication.\nBusses Got Abandoned\nRIP TTC bus that has been abandoned for hours. #tosnow #tostorm #TorontoWeather #ONStorm pic.twitter.com/OM7Ckfzpzy— gills (@llamaqueen24) January 19, 2020\nEven TTC buses couldn't keep up with the mass amount of snow the city got on Saturday.\nTotal Whiteout\nReally coming down right now in north Etobicoke ❄️ @weathernetwork #ONstorm pic.twitter.com/6ITb1vDZ15— Ida Hung (@Idahung15) January 18, 2020\nThe visibility was a little low in Etobicoke that day.\n"It's Canada"\nHilarious response to the snow storm in Toronto. 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/JmPQ8mzEsL— Benny Bing (@BennyBing) January 19, 2020\nThis guy had to remind us all that yes, it snows in Canada.\nTaking A Tumble\nEvery #snowstorm 🌨❄☃️ has a silver lining. 👍#WinterWonderland #Toronto pic.twitter.com/aXLsuTTDJO— Philip Mai (@PhMai) January 19, 2020\nThose hills are steeper than they thought.\nOut For A Rip Bud\nWoodbine Beach, Toronto. January 18th, snow storm & all! https://t.co/NMPe6WBeWi pic.twitter.com/2LPFoOvPoC— Will Anderson (@hountruchwill) January 18, 2020\nNo problems here on Woodbine Beach.\nJust Chilling\nNature’s wine chiller! ❄️🥂 #icebucket #chilling #Toronto #snowstorm #chardonnay #snow pic.twitter.com/WHCRxRU1oG— Zimmy's Nook (@Zimmysnook) January 19, 2020\nMight as well take advantage of the storm while it's here.\nSkiing Down The Street\nNot to out do St John’s, but here’s some street action of our own on Grenadier Rd on the way to high park. pic.twitter.com/7VXmahm77a— Shawn Micallef (@shawnmicallef) January 19, 2020\nThe best way to travel during a snowstorm.\nBuilding Elaborate Forts\nWe heard our neighbor out late into the night shovelling his driveway. Woke up to find this. A gift for all the kids on the street! #snowmaggedon2020 #Toronto #torontosnow pic.twitter.com/y7BmVS4zU7— Chris Ringland, CPA (@CGRingland) January 19, 2020\nIt's not winter without some fort building, and this one takes the cake.\nSnowed In\n@311Toronto @JohnTory @cityoftoronto Apparently this is how toronto does their snow removal... instead of pushing it on the opposite side where NO cars are parked .. they buried all of the cars on our street! @CP24 @CityNews #unacceptable pic.twitter.com/jF3lcKyaAZ— Jessica Lynn (@MissRobinson__) January 19, 2020\nSnowploughs built a fort around this car.\nIt Really Piled Up In Some Parts\nCity of Toronto decided to pile up snow right in front of our driveway pic.twitter.com/I8XwreAhvP— Angryboy13 (@AngryBoi13) January 19, 2020\nJust wow.\nWe The North\nPascal Siakam has an amazing spin move. So my 7’ snow sculpture tribute to him had to spin. #snowsculpture @pskills43 @raptors #raptors #wethenorth #torontoraptors pic.twitter.com/cV9GTyOhUH— Matt Morris (@Matthew_Morris) January 19, 2020\nSomeone paid homage to Pascal Siakam with a huge, spinning snow sculpture. Raptors fans are amazing.\nWhile it wasn't the storm of the century like Newfoundland experienced, it's always fun to see how people fare in those harsh conditions. The snow cleared up for now, but we still have another few months to wait out, and anything can happen. Stay warm Toronto, and enjoy the snow!