Cuts in foliage of tomato plant

One of my tomato plants (in a container) has what looks like cuts in the middle of the leaves. It's only in a few leaves and only happened in the past few days, after a lot of rain. Is this normal?
The temperatures since it rained have been in the upper 50s to low 60s at night. It's been in the upper 60s to low 70s during the day. The soil is still wet. It's supposed to be in the low 90s this coming week.
They were sprayed with a fungicide two weeks ago. They were sprayed with an insecticide one week ago. I only see a few small little white bugs on them, they look like white baby fleas.
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svu geek said:

It's normal, IF you had some small hail mixed in with the raindrops.
My leaf lettuce and some of my hostas have slits in the leaves where hailstones went through. (We had a smattering of pea-sized hail a while back.)
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