Just when fall was set to begin, it turned to winter real quick.
In a drastic change in weather, Toronto’s east end went from heat wave to hail in about two days. Parts of Toronto reported hail falling around 2:30 pm on Friday, on a day that was forecasted to be partly cloudy with a risk of a thunderstorm.
And these were not little snowflakes falling from the sky, the ice balls were defined and sound like they would hurt upon impact.
Hopefully that was the end of the hail for the day, the forecast calls for some showers later and sunshine all weekend long.
For now, check out some of these videos and photos of the freak hail storm today!
- After nearly a week, heat warning finally called off in Toronto
- The Weather Network has released Canada’s fall weather forecast
- Summer’s over: It has already snowed in multiple Canadian provinces
— Annette Juckes (@annjuck) September 29, 2017
Quite the hail storm in Toronto. pic.twitter.com/mrH2aM9pFP
— Lee Hillman (@leehillman) September 29, 2017
Toronto weather is so confusing … one day it’s 30 degrees and the next day it’s this …. holy hail!!!! pic.twitter.com/sHafafkaNj
— Kate Drummond (@KateDrummond_) September 29, 2017
— cynthiagould (@CynthiaGould) September 29, 2017
Toronto gets a little hail in a little time pic.twitter.com/5RukN9esBN
— Anton Hart|Longwoods (@elongwoods) September 29, 2017
Holy cow…we just a pretty heavy dumping of dime size hail in Toronto.😳🌨🌩 pic.twitter.com/k6Owl6U93i
— Gail Osborne (@gkosborne) September 29, 2017