Motorists Warned To Drive With Caution

Drivers are being urged to reduce their speed and exercise caution on the roads due to adverse weather conditions.

Police said there has been a number of reports of surface water affecting roads, with motorists reminded to take extra care when travelling today, Tuesday 12 November.

A Met Office warning is in place until 11am, with heavy rain and disruption ongoing in counties Antrim and Down.
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The night of stormy weather caused the River Bann in Coleraine to overflow its banks leaving some nearby areas, including the Strand Road, flooded.

Excess surface water has also been reported as you leave Coleraine towards L'Derry, the A2 Bangor Road between Larch Hill and the Cultra Station Road, and the Hillhall Road in Lisburn.

Laganbank road behind Lanyon Place station in Belfast is also partially underwater, according to reports.


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