Published Wednesday, 13 June 2012
More heavy rain is expected for Northern Ireland. (© Getty)
Rain is expected to become heavy and persistent on Friday, with eastern parts likely to be hardest hit.
Forecasters say it's due to a deep depression developing over the eastern Atlantic and slowly moving this way.
The public should be aware of the risk of localised flooding.
Most parts will see 15-30mm of rain, with the possibility of 40-50mm in the worst affected parts of south-east Northern Ireland.
Heavy showers will still be likely at times on Saturday and Sunday.
The warning comes as home owners in parts of south Belfast, Dunmurry and Belfast continue with clean-up efforts following flash-flooding at the start of the week.
The Public Health Agency has urged caution in the event of such flooding incidents, due to the risks posed by fast-flowing water, contamination, and even manholes being left uncovered.
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