The rain that featured strongly in the lives of Ulster folk in recent days is not yet over.
Although a Met Office weather warning for heavy rainfall has now ended, there is expected to be more heavy rain today.
But after today the clouds should bring showers rather than downpours, according to Tim Thorne, a forecaster with the Met Office.
He said: “There will be heavy showers on Monday morning.
“Then it will be dry for a time but in the afternoon more rain will come up from the south.
“There will be heavy rain from midday to midnight on Monday.
“An estimated 10-15mm of rain is expected to fall.
“On Tuesday we expect to see further showers coming up from the south.
“There will be periods of dry weather during the day, although it will be breezy.
“Heavy showers will also fall on Tuesday evening and overnight into Wednesday.
“On Tuesday night into Wednesday you should expect five to 10mm rainfall from the showers.”
Mr Thorne said Wednesday will be a “windy day” with “further showers rushing through”.
He added that “windy” conditions on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday “should help to dry areas out”.
He said: “It is the time of year that the leaves are coming off the trees to block the drains and that causes flooding.
“There is no sign of prolonged high pressure [for Northern Ireland], although by the end of next week there might be a spell of one or two days of dry weather.”
Last week the PSNI advised Ulster motorists to watch out for excess water on the roads after a warning was issued by the Met office.