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25 Truly Terrifying Pictures Of The Snow In Eastern Canada Right Now

It's legitimately scary.

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1. The snow in Boston may have been bad, but wait until you see what's going on in Canada. This is a house in Eastern Canada. The snow is up to the ROOF.

2. This is (what used to be) a driveway. Let's hope it went to that big Driveway in the sky.

@islandmorning Our shoveling dilemma in Summerside. Help!!!

Jo Ann Doughart@JoDoughartPEIFollow

@islandmorning Our shoveling dilemma in Summerside. Help!!!

9:25 AM - 17 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

3. And Lord Jesus there's a fire, this is someone's garage.

This is a big snow storm on the east coast of #Canada #Snowmageddon2015 #snowday

Daryl Daley@IntelMindsFollow

This is a big snow storm on the east coast of #Canada #Snowmageddon2015 #snowday

5:46 AM - 17 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

4. Eastern Canada, particularly Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia, is seeing some of its highest snow totals since the early '80s.

In November, a Facebook friend shared this @PEIGuardian clipping about 1982's snow banks. We laughed then....

Jennifer Hoegg@jennhoeggFollow

In November, a Facebook friend shared this @PEIGuardian clipping about 1982's snow banks. We laughed then....

5:49 AM - 18 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

5. It's like a scene straight out of Whoville, minus the Grinch and a young Taylor Momsen.

Here is a shot from space of a our Snow-Covered and IcE Surrounded #PEI. Taken today from NASA.

Kevin Boomer Gallant@BoomerCBCFollow

Here is a shot from space of a our Snow-Covered and IcE Surrounded #PEI. Taken today from NASA.

12:20 PM - 17 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

7. The roads are insane and the snow is seemingly endless.

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8. Snowbanks are 16 feet tall!

Recent snowfall on Prince Edward Island, Canada - http://t.co/sIbI7G1901

Melbourneer@_Melbourneer_Follow

Recent snowfall on Prince Edward Island, Canada - http://t.co/sIbI7G1901

9:35 AM - 18 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

9. And in some places snow is reaching 11 beers high.

The snow at my buddies is EBH right now. (Eleven beers high eh) #Canada

BungledandtheBotched@BungledBotchedFollow

The snow at my buddies is EBH right now. (Eleven beers high eh) #Canada

5:47 PM - 18 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

10. Roofs are literally irrelevant. They don't matter anymore.

@weathernetwork Just a little bit of snow here in Charlottetown! @almack15 @meganmack15

Heather Gauthier@hmgauthierFollow

@weathernetwork Just a little bit of snow here in Charlottetown!
@almack15 @meganmack15

6:31 PM - 16 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

11. And everything is starting to disappear.

By morning this car will be gone. @meteomedia @weathernetwork #monctonstorm #atlstorm

Richard Duguay@DustYa360Follow

By morning this car will be gone. @meteomedia @weathernetwork #monctonstorm #atlstorm

7:12 PM - 15 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

12. Canadians are channeling their inner archaeologists as they excavate their cars.

My dad and uncle on their archeological dig #snowremoval #whatsnow

Laura@whatahunnyFollow

My dad and uncle on their archeological dig #snowremoval #whatsnow

7:32 AM - 17 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

13. Entering and exiting houses is becoming a national pastime.

RT @JoDoughartPEI: @RCMPPEITraffic Our adventure getting out of our house in Summerside.

haligonia: hfx news@haligoniaFollow

RT @JoDoughartPEI: @RCMPPEITraffic Our adventure getting out of our house in Summerside.

7:46 AM - 16 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

14. And people are measuring snow in terms of BABIES. BABIES!!!

.@weathernetwork We're measuring snow by baby...currently about two baby's tall from the window sill 😜❄️#peistorm

Cathy@Cat_LoweFollow

.@weathernetwork We're measuring snow by baby...currently about two baby's tall from the window sill #peistorm

6:53 PM - 15 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

15. The snow is so high that you can't even see this house.

Cousin sent me this view of her house in Moncton, New Brunswick.

Laura Bentley@ABBestphotosFollow

Cousin sent me this view of her house in Moncton, New Brunswick.

11:28 AM - 18 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

16. Or this house.

Before and after the storm: be still my aching back #peistorm #winterside

Laura@whatahunnyFollow

Before and after the storm: be still my aching back #peistorm #winterside

1:40 PM - 17 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

18. This is the door to that house. Terrifying.

.@CBCTheNational Some pics of Southeast New Brunswick. #nbstorm #Blurricane2015 #acadie

Janelle@teesockFollow

.@CBCTheNational Some pics of Southeast New Brunswick. #nbstorm #Blurricane2015 #acadie

2:35 PM - 17 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

20. Windows are useless.

My kitchen window. #snow in #Summerside can stop any time now

Brad Works@WorksBradFollow

My kitchen window. #snow in #Summerside can stop any time now

11:00 AM - 15 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

21. Like they might as well not even exist.

Hm... something seems wrong with the view out my window... #snow #blizzard #winter Welcome to Atlantic Canada!

Kate McIntyre@KateMcBooksFollow

Hm... something seems wrong with the view out my window... #snow #blizzard #winter Welcome to Atlantic Canada!

2:21 PM - 03 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

22. And in Halifax, where there was crazy storm surge, this bike is ENTOMBED in ice.

23. But even though the Pizza Delight is closed and shut in by snow...

Samantha Lewis shared this picture of the Pizza Delight in Moncton. Who gets to clear a path to that door? #nb

CBC New Brunswick@CBCNBFollow

Samantha Lewis shared this picture of the Pizza Delight in Moncton. Who gets to clear a path to that door? #nb

10:55 AM - 17 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

24. ...and the tunnels are biblical levels of scary...

The #Charlottetown area received 80 cm of snow, but what does 80cm look like? Andrew Richards at Brackley Point, PE

Cindy Day@CindyDayCTVFollow

The #Charlottetown area received 80 cm of snow, but what does 80cm look like? Andrew Richards at Brackley Point, PE

11:30 AM - 17 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

25. ...at least Canadian random acts of kindness are coming through.

MT @NataliaGoodwin: Compass @ 6: Mother-son leave gifts of warmth in Charlottetown #pei

CBC P.E.I.@CBCPEIFollow

MT @NataliaGoodwin: Compass @ 6: Mother-son leave gifts of warmth in Charlottetown #pei

4:30 PM - 09 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

But what did you expect? It's Canada.

#14 on this list was originally a picture from a different part of Canada from a storm that occurred in 2013. It's since been removed. I'm trying to understand Canada and its provinces but I only have hockey teams to base my knowledge off of. Now, if every single Canadian city could just get its act together and get a damn hockey team, this would have never happened. So, really, this is the NHL’s fault. Specifically whatever team is your team's rival. Let's just say it's the Edmonton Oilers. Nice going, Oilers.

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