Southern Ontario Is Buried In Snow After Last Night’s Gigantic Storm (PHOTOS)

Schools are closing, transit is delayed and people can't drive.
Ontario Storm Completely Buried Toronto In Gigantic Snowfall Last Night (PHOTOS)

Residents all over the province are digging themselves out of the aftermath of last night's major snowstorm in Ontario.

According to The Weather Network, southern Ontario saw approximately 15 to 25 centimetres of snow overnight.

GO Transit vehicles are delayed, schools are closed and the plows are working around the clock to clear the roads.

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Peel District School Board is one of several to close its buildings today, while Toronto's remain open. 

Some drivers seem to be having trouble. Winter tires are definitely essential. 

Sidewalks and staircases have become... a challenge.

It's not all doom and gloom, though. Some residents are enjoying the snowfall.

Be sure to dress warmly and prepare for the elements before stepping out.

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