City Tries To Prevent Flooding
The city is keeping an eye out in low-lying areas, making sure there isn't any flooding in the streets.
Hundreds of crews are making sure drains to the sewer are free of debris.
General Manager of Toronto Water Lou Di Gironimo says home owners also should clean out eavestroughs and downspouts to help prevent flooding in their homes.
Di Gironimo says fall is a bad time of year to experience a storm like this given not only are leaves still falling but many homeowners haven't raked or cleaned them from around their property.
Di Gironimo says puddles are likely in low-lying areas because the ground is already wet so any more rain will just gather. He cautions if you're driving try to avoid them or if they're small, go through them slowly.