Thousands of people are without power across Quebec as strong winds took down trees and power lines Tuesday afternoon.
In Montreal, parts of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Saint-Henri were hit hard. Trees were also downed in Lachine.
Vehicles were damaged by falling trees and some streets are completely blocked off.
Mariette street in NDG pic.twitter.com/KjizlwcKmq— @peter_schiavi
Environment Canada says it's unlikely that Montreal was hit by a tornado. But the agency confirmed there were very strong linear winds going about 110 km/hour.
Montreal police say no injuries have yet been reported.
Hydro-Québec has 200 crews on the ground working to restore power.
Follow weather updates on the severe thunder watch here.
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