Hydro-Québec has put out a message on Twitter warning Quebecers of possible power outages in "several regions" due to high wind speeds forecast on Monday. \nAs of 11:30 a.m., 24,902 were without electricity, though it's unclear how many of those are thanks to the wind.\nEditor's Choice: New Brunswick Has Ridiculously Cheap Homes & Wants Montrealers To Move There And Snag Them\n\nLa météo des prochaines heures, avec des rafales pouvant atteindre 70 km/h, pourrait causer des #pannes dans plusieurs régions du Québec. 💨Restez informé en temps de panne à l'aide de la carte Info-pannes . 👉 https://t.co/LOraosiGIC Comment vous préparer ? 👇— Hydro-Québec (@client_hydro) March 29, 2021\n\nMétéoMédia's Monday morning forecast stated that gusts could reach between 60 and 80 km/h across the province.\nIn the eastern reaches of the province, the network predicts wind speeds of between 90 km/h and 100 km/h.\nEnvironment Canada has issued a series of wind and storm surge warnings for the tip of Gaspésie, the Îles-de-la-Madeleine and part of the Côte-Nord.