Environment authorities say that there is only a small risk of flooding from rivers in our area today but warn motorists of possible standing water.
There is a "low risk" warning in place for parts of Cumbria and the Scottish Borders.
The Flood Alert for Scottish Borders is no longer in force.River levels across the region have generally peaked or will do later on Saturday. With no significant rainfall expected no further risk of flooding expected in the next 12 hours.
An updated Flood Alert has been issued for Dumfries and Galloway.
There is continued risk of some coastal flooding during Saturday and into Sunday with strong winds due to coincide with high tides.
Large waves and spray overtopping are likely in areas exposed to the strong onshore winds. Flooding to low lying coastal areas is possible on exposed west and south west facing coasts including Portpatrick and Southerness.
The time of greatest risk on west facing coasts is around 1 am on Sunday morning.