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In Pictures: Snowstorm hits Southern Ontario

A storm system dumped 15 to 25 centimetres of snow on southern Ontario. People from Hamilton to the GTA woke up Sunday morning to start digging out. Dozens of flights through Toronto’s Pearson airport were delayed or cancelled.

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Hamilton residents Gwen, left and Tony Blanken dig out from under at least 18 cm of snow Sunday morning. Saturday's snowfall broke the previous daily record of 9 cm in 2001.

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A woman cleans snow off her car following a storm that left around 18 cm of snow in Toronto, Sunday December 15, 2013.

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On Sunday morning, Hamilton residents Lee Coleman , left and Antonio medeiros, right clear their street of snow after Saturday's snow fall dumped at least 18 cm. Saturday's snowfall broke the previous daily record of 9 cm in 2001.

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A bicycle is left in the snow following a storm that left around 18 cm of snow in Toronto.

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Hamilton resident Danielle Dingle Clears off her car on Sunday December 15, 2013. Saturday's 18cm snowfall broke the previous daily record of 9 cm in 2001.

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A woman walks down the street following a storm that left around 18 cm of snow in Toronto.

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Alberto Siniscalco is pictured with frozen eyelashes while tobogganing during a snow storm in Toronto,

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People walk through courtyard following a storm that left around 18 cm of snow in Toronto.

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Hamilton residents on Picton Street East dig out from under at least 18 cm of snow Sunday morning. Saturday's snowfall broke the previous daily record of 9 cm in 2001.

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Hamilton resident Danielle Dingle digs out the driveway of her neighbour, who is recovering from a recent surgery. Saturday's snowfall broke the previous daily record of 9 cm in 2001.

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Fergus, an eight year old lab, plays in what's likely the most snow he has ever seen say his owner Duncan Alexander, as they recently moved to Hamilton from Scotland. Hamilton residents had to dig out from under at least 18 cm of snow Sunday morning.

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Fergus, an eight year old lab, plays in what's likely the most snow he has ever seen say his owner Duncan Alexander, as they recently moved to Hamilton from Scotland. Hamilton residents had to dig out from under at least 18 cm of snow Sunday morning.

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Karun Anandadevan operates a snowblower following a storm that left around 18 cm of snow in Toronto.

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People walk though the University of Toronto Campus following a storm that left around 18 cm of snow in Toronto.

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A man waits for a snow plow to clean the sidewalk following a storm that left around 18 cm of snow in Toronto.

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Hamilton residents walk down the middle of the street on Sunday morning as the sidewalks still had to be plowed after Saturday's 18 cm of snowfall which broke the previous daily record of 9 cm in 2001.

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People walk by a car covered in snow following a storm that left around 18 cm of snow in Toronto.

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Mark Hughes (R) and son Emmet Hughes (L) toboggan during a snow storm in Toronto.

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