About 3,800 Hydro One customers in the Timmins area will likely be cooking supper on their barbecues tonight.
That’s how many are affected by an outage caused by a strong wind whipping across the region.
Company spokesperson Alicia Sayers says workers are out assessing the damages before estimating a restoration time.
“Well there are high winds moving through the area and our priority is to get the lights back on as quickly and safely as possible,” she tells My Timmins Now Dot Com. “ So information will be updated on our map as it becomes available.”
If your phone is charged enough, you can follow that map by first going to the Hydro One website.