Heavy rain and strong winds hit Northern Ireland on Friday and caused "difficult evening rush-hour conditions".
A yellow weather warning was in place until midnight.
There was some disruption to transport and winds brought trees down in some areas.
Translink reported "very heavy delays" across Belfast on Friday evening due to "heavy traffic and poor weather".
The Department for Infrastructure urged road users to take extra care.
A number of roads in counties Antrim and Down were closed due to "localised flooding".
❌ROAD CLOSURE❌— Newry, Mourne & Down (@PSNINMDown) November 9, 2018
The Newry Road, Rathfriland is IMPASSABLE and will remain closed for the next few hours.
Its closed at the junction with Longstone Hill & Grocers Road and a diversion is in place.
Large vehicles should divert via Hilltown & avoid the area.
Sgt KG pic.twitter.com/zdSNOiCSUs
Some roads in both counties remain closed. The latest traffic information is carried on the Trafficwatch NI website.
Belfast International Airport and Belfast City Airport said some flights on Friday had been delayed.
Passengers are asked to check with their airline for the latest information.
The weather is causing some delays to flights this afternoon. Please check with your airline for latest flight information. If you are travelling to the airport please take care on the roads. https://t.co/6BGP6Obu19— Belfast Airport (@belfastairport) November 9, 2018