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Met Office issue yellow weather warning for further rainfall

Flooding at the Ecos Nature Park, Ballymena on Wednesday morning. (Image: Marie Reynolds)

Flooding at the Ecos Nature Park, Ballymena on Wednesday morning. (Image: Marie Reynolds)


A second yellow weather warning has been issued this week for heavy rainfall impacting eastern parts of Northern Ireland.


The Met Office issued the advisory warning 'heavy rain may bring impacts to travel and infrastructure on Thursday'. The warning is effective from 7:00am to 5:00pm on Thursday, 28th March.



Commenting on tomorrow's weather, a Met Office spokesperson said:


"Further rain, heavy at times, is expected through Thursday with accumulations of 10-20 mm expected widely. Some places may see 20-30 mm, especially across the Antrim hills."


It comes after continued overnight rainfall led to flooding in parts of County Antrim on Wednesday morning. Two landslides were also reported on the Glenshesk Road between Armoy and Ballycastle, and on the Glenariff Road.




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