High winds are being blamed for a number of power outages across Toronto Sunday morning.
About 2,000 people in the Leslieville area were without power at 8 a.m., as tens of thousands of other outages were reported across the province after strong winds toppled trees and downed wires.
Environment Canada issued a wind warning for the GTA, with winds of up to 90 km/h expected for the morning.
"The strong northwest winds will diminish slowly today as the low pressure system moves into Quebec," the service stated.
The forecasted high for the day is -3C, feeling more like -12C with the winds.
Toronto Hydro is asking anyone who spots a downed wire to report it to them by calling 416-542-8000.