Amber warning for parts of Northern Ireland ends

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Amber warning for parts of Northern Ireland ends

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Amber warning for parts of Northern Ireland ends


An amber warning that had been issued for thunderstorms across parts of Northern Ireland on Sunday evening has passed.

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The Met Office had issued the second highest warning for counties Antrim, Londonderry, and Tyrone.

The upgraded amber warning was in effect until 22:00 BST. A yellow warning in place since Sunday morning remains until midnight.

The Met Office warned of hail, lightning and potential flooding.

It said up to 60mm of rain could have fallen in some areas in a short amount of time.

About 150 homes across Antrim, Derry and Tyrone were without power during the storms on Sunday evening, Northern Ireland Electricity (NIE) said.

Last month, flooding caused damage to homes in Derry and Strabane after 70mm of rain fell in the space of five hours.

A yellow warning for thunderstorms is also in place across Northern Ireland until midnight on Monday.

In the Republic of Ireland, Met Éireann has also issued a Status Orange warning - the second highest level of warning - for thunderstorms until 09:00 BST on Monday.