Torontonians are dealing with quite the storm this Wednesday. According to The Weather Network, the aftermath of Tropical Storm Barry is set to bring heavy and tropical-like moisture levels to Toronto. Scattered thunderstorms, flash flooding and “unbearable levels of humidity” are all already making their way into the Toronto weather forecast with city officials warning that up to 40mm of rain could fall in certain areas.\nGlobal News Chief Meteorologist Anthony Farnell took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to warn residents about the growing concern for localized flooding in Toronto. “Tropical downpours in thunderstorms, training over the same area. 50mm/hr too much for city storm drains,” Farnell wrote.\nAnd it looks like his predictions were correct:\nConcern growing for localized flooding in Toronto. Tropical downpours in thunderstorms, training over the same area. 50mm/hr too much for city storm drains. #onstorm pic.twitter.com/aHtm7ajK8q— Anthony Farnell (@AnthonyFarnell) July 17, 2019\nCrazy flooding all over the roads in Toronto. Took me over an hour and several detours to make it into the office. This is St.Clair and Jane. #Toronto #rainstorm #torontoflood pic.twitter.com/iUXj8Kh9xA— C_Rutsey (@C_Rutsey) July 17, 2019\nKipling Avenue between Bethridge and Belfield road was shut down due to flooding on Wednesday morning. The downpour also caused Jane and St. Clair to become completely flooded:\n@CP24 Jane and St. Clair completely flooded. #Toronto #torontoweather #rain pic.twitter.com/W8TCItQMiu— Lisa Winstanley (@LWinstanley13) July 17, 2019\nSeveral cars have become submerged in water after heavy flooding engulfed the Eastbound Highway 401 ramp at Islington:\nFlooding #Hwy401 EB ramp to Islington. Cars are into the water. @Toronto_Fire here #ONstorm #GTAstorm @StormhunterTWN @weathernetwork when the rain stops???? pic.twitter.com/X02BOPf3Nn— Sonny Subra (@SonnySubra) July 17, 2019\nThe TTC is being affected by severe weather conditions:\nDue to the adverse weather conditions, 935 Jane Express service has been suspended and extra buses are in place on 35 Jane route. Expect major delays— TTC Service Alerts (@TTCnotices) July 17, 2019\n37 Islington: Detour via Bergamot Ave, Rexdale Blvd, Kipling Ave and Elmhurst Dr due to a flooded roadway.— TTC Service Alerts (@TTCnotices) July 17, 2019\nDue to the adverse weather conditions, 935 Jane Express service will make all local stops along the route. Expect major delays.— TTC Service Alerts (@TTCnotices) July 17, 2019\nDad drives the Wilson TTC bus and had to go outta service cause the damn flood. Look at these pics he sent🥴 pic.twitter.com/AoXCdalvUe— 𝓈𝒶𝓈𝒽𝒶𝓎. (@sashbutta) July 17, 2019\nNot even the subway stations were spared from the floodwaters:\nJane subway station flooding mess 2 #ttc pic.twitter.com/t3JbVTP5o6— MarKo (@marco_crawford) July 17, 2019\nAnd it’s not just people travelling on the ground that will have their plans delayed by the storm. Toronto’s Pearson Airport issued a warning to passengers about impending delays due to the storm.\nDue to a weather system resulting in rain across much of Southern Ontario, passengers travelling through the airport may experience delays. Your safety is our top priority, and we thank you for your patience as we work to get you on your way.— Toronto Pearson (@TorontoPearson) July 17, 2019\nAccording to weather experts, the flooding will also make way for soaring heat and humidity levels.\n"The heat will peak on Friday and Saturday with truly tropical humidity. This will give us a dangerous humidex reaching the low to mid-40s," said meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham to The Weather Network.