Storm Ciara has forced the closure of a number of roads in Fermanagh with the PSNI in Fermanagh warning "the roads are bad this morning and are to get worse as the day goes on".

The situation is changing all the time but members of the public have been updating on social media and the situation at present is that the A32 Swanlinbar Road, Enniskillen was closed but has reopened as has the A4 Sligo Road, Enniskillen, between Mullaghdun and Belcoo which was closed but is now open again. The Mullaghmeen Road, Balllinamallard and the B80 Tempo Road at its junction with Gardiners Cross Road are closed at present. 

Motorists are advised to take care especially with Storm Ciara's winds expected to strengthen again in the afternoon. 

A yellow weather warning remains in place for all of Northern Ireland and the local PSNI further warned motorists: "Please keep the speed down, particularly through standing water. Remember to dab your brakes to clear water of the discs too."

Already homes and businesses have been impacted by wind and rain, with flooding reported across the county.

Last night a spokesperson for the Police Service of Northern Ireland posted on Facebook: "Please avoid the Ballinamallard area. There is severe flooding in the Mossfield area making the road impassable".

In another post last night, a PSNI spokesperson wrote: "Police are currently assisting with traffic control whilst other services are tackling flooding in the Laragh’s Croft area.

"We are asking motorists to slow down on approach to the area whilst work is underway".