As of the time of writing, 310,323 Hydro Québec customers are without electricity due to freezing rain and strong winds, according to the company website and a Twitter post.\nEach with over 100 reported service interruptions, the Laval, Lanaudière, and Laurentides regions, all north of Montreal, have been the hardest hit. The three regions account for almost 260,000 of the customers without electricity.\nOn Montreal Island, there are 7,342 affected Hydro customers.\nA Hydro Québec spokesperson for the Laval and Laurentides regions tells Narcity Media that there is so far no estimate as to when power will be restored in those areas.\nALSO READ: Man Caught Looking Into Woman's Apartment In The McGill Ghetto (Video)\nTLDR: At the time of writing, 310,323 Hydro Québec customers are without electricity due to freezing rain and strong winds. There is no estimate as to when power will be restored in the most affected regions.\nHydro crews are hard at work in treacherous conditions to restore electricity.\nUn épisode de verglas et de forts vents frappe plusieurs régions, notamment les #Laurentides, #Lanaudière, @laval311 et @MTL_Ville, fragilisant la végétation qui entre en contact avec le réseau. Nos équipes sont déployées afin de rétablir le service le plus rapidement possible.\n— Hydro-Québec (@client_hydro) April 8, 2019\nJust a few power outages around Montreal (in orange).#FreezingRain pic.twitter.com/g8revZnJSN\n— Sandy 🇨🇦 🇮🇹 (@SandyZ8) April 8, 2019\nMeanwhile, according to the government of Canada's hourly forecast for Montreal, temperatures are set to drop below freezing in the coming hours, reaching a nightly low of -3 degrees C at 4:00 a.m.\nGovernment of Canada\nResidents in affected areas should be sure to check on their vulnerable neighbours, including the elderly.\nHydro Québec also encourages customers to subscribe for updates on the company mobile app.\nPlus de 265 000 clients sont en panne et nos équipes s'affairent à rétablir le tout le plus rapidement possible. Si vous utilisez notre application mobile, inscrivez-vous aux notifications.\n— Hydro-Québec (@hydroquebec) April 8, 2019\nStay tuned for updates.