Torrential showers and thunder across Northern Ireland - minor flooding in areas
Northern Ireland experienced torrential showers and thunderstorms on Sunday afternoon.
The heavy rain brought about some minor surface water flooding in areas.
More flash flooding in east Belfast... going to ditch the car and buy a canoe pic.twitter.com/Xgh4yIyFDp— Graham Luney (@GrahamLuneyBT) July 30, 2017
Flash flooding in East Belfast over past hour. Pics Wynchurch Road and Ladas Drive. pic.twitter.com/8y5gm7XCPr— Wesley Johnston (@niroads) July 30, 2017
The Met Office said the heavy thundery showers will continue but are expected to gradually ease on Sunday night.
After midnight they will be mostly confined to Fermanagh, west Tyrone and Londonderry. The minimum temperature will be 9 degrees.
Monday is expected to be bright with sunny spells and scattered showers again, some turning heavy by the afternoon and early evening.
It will feel quite warm during afternoon sunny spells with the maximum temperature reaching 19 degrees.
There will be further showers on Tuesday, again heavy by afternoon, but some sunny intervals.
A dry start on Wednesday but rain soon developing and Thursday showery and unsettled.
Belfast Telegraph Digital