Motorists are warned that roads have been closed due to flooding
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The police have issued a warning to motorists in the Lisburn area that the Moira Road is closed close to the junction with Hulls Lane.
The Pond Park Road is impassable due to a long stretch of the road being flooded. The Old Road, Maghaberry is also closed.
Road users are also being advised that a number of roads in the Templepatrick area are closed due to flooding this morning.
The Antrim Road in the village is currently closed due to flooding with police urging motorists to “avoid the area if possible.”
The M2 southbound on-slip at Junction 5 Templepatrick has been closed due to flooding.
PSNI officers are warning motorists to heed the road closed signs and not attempt to travel through the flood water.
Meanwhile, trafficwatchni is advising the A2 Loughareema Road has been closed between Cushendall and Ballycastle due to a land slide. The diversion route is via Knocknacarry road and Cushleake Road.
In Portadown, police have closed the car park on Castle Street due to rising water.
“Please exercise caution when near open water and park your vehicle in a safe location,” said the PSNI.
Police Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon have also flagged up the following road closures: Meadow Lane (access from health centre side), Park Road, Tandragee Road and Ashgrove Road.
“Please visit trafficwatchni for further information and other affected roads.”
Furthermore, in the Dungannon area, the Reenaderry Road is currently closed due to flooding, according to trafficwatchni
This afternoon, police have appealed to road users to avoid the Reilly Street area in Banbridge due to severe flooding.
And they have also advised that the Black Bog Road and Gall Bog Road, Dromore ,are heavily flooded and impassable.
“Please make alternative travel arrangements as a number of vehicles have already got stuck.”