Portions of southern Ontario received their first dose of spring and summer severe weather on Thursday evening.
Several severe thunderstorm warnings were issued as lines of thunderstorms pushed across the region.
The main hazard was strong winds with gusts to 90 km/h possible.
Parts of northern Ontario aw freezing rain and heavy snow.
Hydro One reported outages for over 31,000 customers across the province. Areas in central and northern Ontario were the hardest hit.
As of this morning, there are still about 14,000 customers without power.
It will be winder across Southern Ontario today but no severe weather is expected.