Northern Ireland storms: Power cuts after severe weather
Around 1,300 customers are without electricity after a day of strong winds and heavy rain.
Ferry sailings have also been cancelled, and there have been some flight delays as well.
All main roads are open, but Clifton Street in Belfast is closed due to an unsecured building.
Northern Ireland Electricity (NIE) have warned around 1,300 homes in isolated areas may remain without electricity overnight.
The company estimates that power has now been restored to around 33,000 customers.
Fallen trees have blocked a number of minor roads after winds gusted up to 75mph.
P&O's 07:30 GMT ferry crossings from Larne to Cairnryan in both directions were cancelled.
P&O resumed sailings at 10:30 GMT, but there will be a backlog of traffic because of previous cancellations.
Also cancelled was Stena's 10:30 GMT sailing from Belfast to Liverpool.Repairs
All of Friday's crossings between Rathlin Island and Ballycastle, County Antrim, have been cancelled.
NIE engineers are working to restore power to affected customers after winds broke electricity poles and brought down trees across power lines.
Julia Carson, NIE communications manager, said: "We have engineers and emergency crews currently working in difficult weather conditions.
"Since last night we have restored power to over 30,000 customers and are continuing to assess the damage and carry out repairs to over 250 weather-related faults on the electricity network in counties Down, Armagh and Antrim.
"The winds are starting to ease in the east, allowing the repair process to continue in most areas.
"However, as the weather warning is in place until this evening, we may see further damage to the network."Diversions
Customers who lose electricity should call the NIE customer helpline on 08457 643643 or report the fault online at nie.co.uk.
The Foyle Bridge in Londonderry had been closed to high-sided vehicles on Thursday but is now reopened to all traffic.
A Met Office severe weather warning remains in place until 23:55 GMT on Friday.
Meanwhile, the severe weather in the Republic of Ireland has left about 30,000 customers without power, and the Irish meteorological service, Met Éireann, has forecast winds of up to 80mph for places on Friday.
Counties Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal, Dublin, Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Longford, Louth, Wicklow, Offaly, Westmeath, Meath, Leitrim and Sligo should expect gale force winds and gusts.
Flights were also delayed from leaving Dublin Airport for a time, and some transatlantic flights were diverted to either Heathrow or Manchester airports. A number of Aer Lingus flights from Dublin to the UK were also cancelled.