Published Saturday, 23 June 2012
More heavy rain is expected for Northern Ireland. (© Getty)
Widespread downpours are likely to continue overnight, with flooding possible in worst affected areas.
It had been hoped the inclement weather would clear at least at times over the weekend, but that now seems unlikely as the clouds continue to linger over Northern Ireland and many other parts of the UK.
Forecasters are suggesting showers could clear away at the start of next week though.
It's predicted that temperatures will hold up at around 16/17C, while conditions will be drier with sunny spells.
Saturday saw the one-day international cricket at Stormont rained off, with Ireland and Australia falling foul of the near-relentless showers.
A number of rivers have already burst their banks earlier this week, while Northern Ireland Water had received over 60 reports of blocked sewers on Friday and nearly 50 reports of external flooding incidents.
Drivers are advised to take care on the roads due to surface water.
Anyone affected should contact the Northern Ireland flooding incident line on 0300 2000 100.
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