But, over the coming week, forecasters predict the aftermath of Hurricane Danielle approaching Britain, threatening to bring more heavy downpours of rain.
Hurricane Danielle was formed on August 30 over the central subtropical Atlantic and since then it is moving northwestward towards Europe.
Netweather forecast reads: “The drier and more settled respite doesn’t look to last in north and far west, with models showing a low moving down from the vicinity of Iceland pushing a band of rain ahead of it towards northern Britain merging with an area of rain pushing up from the southwest across Ireland and western areas of Britain.
“The rain pushing up from the southwest will have tropical origins as it is associated with the ex-Hurricane Danielle low moving southeast towards Iberia, so likely to be heavy in places.
“The computer models had been showing uncertainty where the low containing the remnants of Danielle will wander early next week, but there now appears to be increasing consensus for the low to move into Iberia, but with perhaps a new low forming to the north over the Bay of Biscay.”