Published Thursday, 03 October 2013
Heavy rain is expected for Northern Ireland. (© Getty)
The Met Office has warned outbreaks of heavy thundery rain across Northern Ireland overnight means the public should be aware of the risk of localised flooding.
There is further potential for torrential downpours throughout the day on Thursday.
The Roads Service has said some roads were affected by the wet weather and advised drivers to drive with caution.
SDLP Belfast Councillor Claire Hanna said the council emergency team were called out to avoid flooding problems in the city and extra resources have been requested to clear leaves
NI Water has said with the forecast for heavy rain, the public should take note of their Flooding Incident Line.
Flooding Incident Helpline telephone: 0300 2000 100
The service is open 24 hours a day to allow people to report flooding problems on roads or burst water mains and blocked drains.
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