Windy weather across the GTA, cold on its way
A couple of thousand people in Toronto are without power thanks to high winds.
The GTA was under a wind warning for most of Sunday morning, with west winds gusting to 90 km/h.
There have been several reports of wires and trees down across the region overnight, causing power outages.
Overnight, there was thunder and lightning mixed in with the wet snow.
Police say that a home in Vaughan was hit by lightning. A fire started on the roof and spread to the attic. This happened near Islington and Major Mackenzie. No injuries were reported.
In Brampton, there were reports of heavy snow and large hail.
Another kind of extreme is coming our way the next few days - cold temperatures.
Environment Canada warns that between Monday and Wednesday, temperatures are expected to be 5 to 10 degrees below seasonal in the GTA, up to 15 degrees below normal in the eastern part of the province.