06/11/2018

Two Weather Warnings Issued For Wind And Rain

The Met Office has issued two yellow weather warnings for wind and rain in Northern Ireland over the next few days.

A yellow warning for rain comes into effect on Wednesday night, 07 November, along the east coast. Transport delays are expected.

All of Northern Ireland has been issued a yellow warning for strong winds and heavy rain on Friday, 09 November.
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The Met Office has warned of a potential short term loss of power and flooding may also occur.

Journey times are also expected to be longer with a risk of flooding on roads.

(CM)

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