Many cities in North America experienced extreme weather during the 2013 holiday season.
On Dec. 22, Toronto was struck by an ice storm which caused trees to become covered with large amounts of ice.
Although it was often beautiful, it was also destructive.
Many of the trees couldn’t support the weight of the ice and branches came crashing down.
Some of the branches took out power lines, so hundreds of thousands of people in the city were without power for hours or days.