6 Photos That Show Just How Much Of A Struggle The Snow Was For Ontario Drivers Today

From speeding tickets to uncleared windshields, police had their hands full.
Ontario Editor
Ontario Drivers Just Couldn't Handle The Snow Today (PHOTOS)

As snow continues to fall across the province, it seems that some Ontario drivers have forgotten how to use their winter tires. 

Environment Canada is currently warning of heavy snowfall that is expected to last until Wednesday. 

Due to this, the weather agency is reminding drivers to be prepared for some pretty treacherous conditions. 

Editor's Choice: Canada Sends A Huge Christmas Tree To The US Every Year & The Reason Why Went Viral

However, it seems that some drivers have forgotten exactly what winter driving entails.

Throughout Tuesday, multiple police units took to social media to warn residents to slow down and drive carefully.

Despite this, London police even stated that their unit had their hands full this morning due to multiple accidents. 

Police also reported that multiple drivers were using the roads with uncleared windshields. 

The violation, which could land you a $110 fine, was reported twice by London police. 

Others were also caught driving double the speed limit, despite the dangerous weather. 

A Toronto man proved his devotion to his girlfriend this past Monday and walked over 12 kilometres in a blizzard to bring her some cake and give her a kiss — proving once again if he wanted to, he would.

Ian Best, a 19-year-old student at Seneca College, walked four hours from his dorm room to his girlfriend's place and documented his long and treacherous journey on TikTok, gaining over 354,000 views, 40,000 likes and 700 comments.

Keep Reading Show less
OPP | Press Release

Ontario police now believe the Wasaga Beach woman, who was abducted from her home on Wednesday, January 12, was taken by three men dressed in police gear.

An update from Huronia West OPP confirms that officers responded to a report of an abduction involving "three black males dressed in police gear, but not police uniforms" from a Trailwood Place residence at around 8:32 p.m. on January 12.

Keep Reading Show less

Monday's snowstorm made for some truly sh*tty driving conditions in Ontario this morning, causing a transport truck packed with thousands of pounds of diapers to roll over on Highway 401. Fortunately, the driver made it out okay with minor injuries.

According to a tweet shared on OPP East Region's Twitter page on Tuesday, January 18, a tractor-trailer carrying 30,000 lbs of diapers flipped over onto its side on the expressway near Maitland.

Keep Reading Show less

Winter Storm Izzy Is Hammering The Eastern US RN & Thousands Of Flights Are Cancelled

Winter blizzards and tornadoes are causing so many problems ❄️🌪

Blue Monday is more than a mood in the United States right now, where flights are being cancelled due to the blizzards like the one that's also hitting Canada.

A lot of the bad weather is due to Winter Storm Izzy, which swept across the East Coast moving west on Monday, Weather.com reports.

Keep Reading Show less