A wind warning and severe thunderstorm watch has been lifted for the Greater Montreal area as well as for the Vaudreuil-Soulanges region, Laval, Lachute and St. Jerome.
Strong winds gusting up to 80 kilometres an hour passed through the area Tuesday night, the high winds resulting in thousands of power failures.
Hydro Quebec reported about 100,000 clients were without electricity across the province at one point.
The storm left damage throughout the city, including downed powerlines and trees.
Debris from construction sites was also scattered across roadways.
The same system that blew through Montreal prompted Environment Canada to issue tornado warnings from the Thetford Mines region right into the Beauce.
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