Damage has been caused to shopfronts in east Belfast amid strong winds brought by Storm Dennis.
Bricks have collapsed at the front of the shops in the Gilnahirk area.
Fortunately, no one was injured by falling debris.
Meanwhile, part of a carriageway near Carrickfergus has been flooded.
The Steedstown Road on the outskirts of Lisburn has been closed due to fallen trees.
The Foyle Bridge in Londonderry has been closed to high-sided vehicles while a speed restriction is in place for cars.
Weather warnings are in place for across Northern Ireland, the rest of the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
In Co Donegal, the River Drowes burst its banks, flooding fields in the Bundoran area.
Power supplies have been affected for some homes and road users have been urged to exercise caution, with multiple reports of fallen trees.
Major incidents have been declared in south Wales – where a red warning for “life-threatening” flooding is in place – and in Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
Across England, the 594 flood warnings and alerts are the highest number on record for a single day.