Toronto experienced a historic snowfall on Monday night, marking the most snow our city has ever seen this early on in November. Of course, when the weather gets extreme, many parts of the city suffer, and the TTC is no exception. TTC delays must've felt extra lengthy today in the frigid cold, and many riders took to Twitter to voice their frustrations. Many of the service detours and delays were due to car accidents. The weather was so bad last night that there were over 400 collisions reported throughout Ontario.\nThat seemed to have continued on into Tuesday morning because there were a significant amount of detours for that reason. The TTC tweeted that there was a 20-minute delay on several bus routes due to "inclement weather". One TTC passenger wrote that they were waiting on the platform for up to 15 minutes for trains that usually take three minutes to come. When the trains did arrive, they were reportedly full. "How about we start sending some empty trains to Bloor in the morning," he wrote, while also adding that it is hard to justify "paying to stand on the platform for 15 minutes then getting my face plastered against the doors for another 15. And forget even trying to get on the streetcar."\nHow about we start sending some empty trains to Bloor in the morning, ya? Getting hard justify paying to stand on the platform for 15 minutes then getting my face plastered against the doors for another 15. And forget even trying to get on the street car. Figure it out @TTChelps pic.twitter.com/UssdcU6kRC— Alex Moretto (@alexjmoretto) November 12, 2019\nOther passengers had similar sentiments. One user even stating, "All Gelncairn short turn trains cause big gaps (8 min south at Wilson) daily and alot of unnecessary crowding."\nHey @TTChelps just some feedback. All these Glencairn short turn trains cause big gaps (8 min south at Wilson) daily and alot of unnecessary crowding. People were left stranded at Yorkdale. #/trains per HR at https://t.co/5ldDmLU0yN during AM peak doesn't mean good service. pic.twitter.com/qy9enqD2aX— Matt (@MattY90285928) November 12, 2019\n@TTChelps running single express busses rather than the usual double car busses because customer experience doesn’t matter and some dude wrote a crappy algorithm to optimize operations #besttransitsystemofna #Toronto #925 pic.twitter.com/PG9SCdjppt— Suj (@Floydilicious) November 12, 2019\nFrustrated, freezing passengers were not having it today. The TTC tweeted multiple times that these 20-minute delays would be ongoing throughout the day.\nCustomers may continue to experience delays, up to 20 minutes, on several bus routes throughout the city due to inclement weather and road conditions. https://t.co/Wjg0QBizZu— TTC Service Alerts (@TTCnotices) November 12, 2019\nHowever, commuters claim that the wait times seemed to be much longer than 20 minutes across the board. One Twitter user said she waited over 40 minutes in the freezing temperatures for a bus this morning.\n@TTChelps when is the next 97f bus coming to upper Madison Ave? Been waiting 40 minutes now in the freezing cold...— Kathryn Henzler (@KathrynHenzler) November 12, 2019\nAnother passenger waited 38 minutes for a bus at Lawrence West Station. These are well over regular wait times.\nHey @TTChelps how are you? Is this right? 38 minutes for the next bus to the airport at Lawrence West station. 52A pic.twitter.com/1kKModTudI— Matt (@MattY90285928) November 12, 2019\nas if it doesn't snow in the city every winter— octopuff in kumquat and 3 others (@jointmango) November 12, 2019\n@TTChelps hello hi , can you put more 32’s on the road .. why tf am I waiting 38 mins for 1 bus ???— ✨ (@BGSS__) November 12, 2019\nIt’s more than 20 minutes. I’ve been waiting 30 for a 505. Same situation on Queen and Carlton.— Ann Darby (@annyeleni) November 12, 2019\nTomorrow's another day and hopefully, everyone has an easier commute.\nThe first major snowfall of the year always dishevels the whole city, especially when cars are crashing into each other, people don't have their winter tires yet, and the TTC struggles to keep up.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.