Belfast International Airport recorded 74.4 mm between midday and 3 pm on Saturday. This is near the average monthly rainfall in July in Northern Ireland at 81.2 mm. Transport operator Translink cancelled some buses.
Heavy downpours have caused flooding and traffic disruption in parts of Northern Ireland as forecasters issued an amber thunderstorm warning covering every county of Northern Ireland except Fermanagh.
Rainfall accumulations of up to 30 mm in the hour and 60 mm in 3 hours are likely in places, though many areas will see lower rainfall amounts.
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