Storm Antoni is set to bring some unseasonably wet and windy weather across the North of Ireland through the first half of Saturday, August 5.
A yellow weather warning for rain has been issued from 00:01 am on Saturday to 11 am on Saturday by the Met Office.
Up to 30mm of rain is expecting to fall quite widely but areas to the south and east could get even more.
The organisation said some parts could get up to 60 mm of rain.
As much as 30 mm could fall in just a few hours.
Meanwhile, up to 70mm of rain could fall over the mountain areas.
As well as the rain there will be some unseasonably strong winds with gusts up to 55km/h (35mph) quite widely.
There is a risk in some areas, especially along the east coast, with gusts of up to 80km/h (50mph) expected.
The heaviest and most persistent rain is expected through the early hours of Saturday morning before gradually improving later in the morning.
It is expected to stay unsettled through the day with sunny spells and some heavy, and blustery showers.
This comes after the North of Ireland had its wettest July on record, with figures going back to 1836, according to the Met Office.Tags: