Toronto has experienced an unusual storm
01/22/2013 Thunderstorm storm, accompanied by rain and winds gusting to 90 km / h, with twisted roots of trees and dozens of traffic light poles on the Gulf Uellers in Toronto.
The storm raged so that from the Gulf to the land issued a set of ice blocks. Ice, moving towards the land, almost completely destroyed the local dock.
Almost a day in most of southern Ontario in Canada, there were storm warning. Trees and debris blocked the road dock Rosedale Valley, connecting Bayview Avenue and Park Street in Toronto. Throughout the city swept a series of supply disruptions of electricity, leaving no light about 10,000 customers. The greatest discomfort felt eastern Toronto. At the moment, the resource supply is restored.
Lightning that occurred during the storm, caused a number of fires in homes. Fortunately, the people
no one was hurt, as though the hosts and slept during the night
storm, but managed at the right
time to wake up and call the fire department. Toronto suburbs flooded, in some places the rain went sleet and hail. In Bremtone were found hailstones the size of a golf ball. Although later in the morning the storm main supply was exhausted, near Toronto for a long time remained the wind speed of about 55 km / h gusting to 70 km / h