Homes and businesses in Gloucestershire are being reassured that the risk of flooding will pass quickly.
Tewkesbury was one of the worst hit areas during the summer floods
The Environment Agency said waters were expected to peak at about lunchtime on Monday and then fall off in the evening and on Tuesday.
"We do not anticipate any problems but we will monitor the situation. But if anyone has any concerns they should ring Floodline on 0845 988 1188."
There are currently four flood watches in force for the county.
They are at:
River Severn between Tewkesbury and GloucesterRiver Wye in Monmouthshire and GloucestershireRiver Thames from Cirencester to St Johns Lock, LechladeRiver Windrush from Bourton-on-the-Water to Newbridge
The Environment Agency is urging people living in affected areas to take precautions against possible flooding.
The Met Office said any rain showers in the county on Monday morning would dry out by the afternoon.
Many families are still not back in their homes after "unprecedented" flooding in the county during the summer.