The main things we're seeing are hail, anywhere from pea-sized which in some areas covered the ground, to as large as toonies. We did have some reports of golf-ball-sized hail a little further west in Stratford,' meteorologist Mitch Meredith said. 'We haven't heard of too much damage yet, but hail that size can do some damage. Certainly the toonie-sized hail can.'"
I got stuck in this on my morning run. Luckily, I was able to hop a bus and caught nothing but a soaking. "Toonie-Sized" is about right. Made a heck of a noise on the bus roof.
One thing I like about T.O. and Eastern Canada in general is you get real, window rattling thunderstorms. Out West it just drizzles for weeks at a time.