It's been an anomalously snowless winter for Toronto so far. While Washington, DC is groaning under thirty to fifty-three centimeters (12-21 inches) of snow, to such an extent that parts of the Washington Metro have been completely shut down and hundreds of thousands of people are without power, Toronto has only seen a handful of flakes since November. Considering that last year's snowfall was one of the biggest on record, that may ultimately be for the better. But, dammit, it doesn't feel like winter with just cold and concrete.
On one of the few occasions when it actually was snowing, I was out on the Queensway.
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