Wow....I lived in Toronto for 48 years and I can honestly only remember a couple of under passes flood at areas by the Humber and the Don....looks horrible. Hope everyone is safe and the damaged minimal.
What's really messed up was how localized the storm was, out here in Ajax we didn't even get a storm just a light shower maybe 1-3 mm total, I heard Oshawa was dry and didn't get any rain.
My friend in Burlington said they got nothing as well. CTV news said the system basically started up north and went on a diagonal line down along Brampton/Missy and Toronto, skipping everything to the east and west.
I got on the subway at Union just as the power first went out along the system (I came from the underground PATH tunnels, which were flooding everywhere, although nothing too severe yet at that point). We sat for ten/fifteen minutes, then started up and pulled into a dark and empty St. Andrew's station, only to wait again. We were told they're not going much further north, so many of us had to change our routes not knowing how the traffic was elsewhere. Ended up taking the Dufferin bus north, only to find my entire area blacked out. Luckily ours only lasted about 2 hours until 8:30 or so. I had no clue how severe the flooding was elsewhere until I got back on the net.