The clean-up is underway in parts of Quebec today after yesterday's damaging thunderstorms.
The same system that brought active weather to Ontario on Wednesday set off some intense cells around Montreal and Quebec City on Thursday. They brought everything from heavy rain and wind, to frequent thunder and lightning.
In Quebec City, winds gusted up to 80km/h. That led to some damage in and around the city. Roofs were ripped off buildings and debris was left scattered on roadways. Crews are now working to get it all cleaned up.
Further north, heavy rain led to some localized flooding along the banks of the Saguenay River. No major damage has been reported so far, but officials are keeping a close eye on the water levels.
In Montreal, pea-sized hail came crashing down around the lunch hour. Many of our viewers responded by calling our Stormline and uploading photos to our gallery.
The storms have now moved out and the weather has eased, but people in Quebec will have to bundle up this weekend.
“It's going to be quite windy across the region,“ says Weather Network meteorologist Rob Davis. “Temperature could also dip low enough for some parts of the province to see snow.”
For more details on what you can expect, make sure you tune into The Weather Network on TV. Your National Forecast comes up at the top and bottom of every hour.