A flood watch put in place by Lower Trent Conservation earlier this month has been cancelled.
The watch came into effect on April 7, 2017 after local water levels began to rise and stream flows became fast and dangerous in some parts of the watershed.
LTC now says those water levels and flow rates will continue to drop steadily this week, as spring runoff moves through the lower part of the water system.
Dam operations will also continue along the Trent-Severn Waterway, with the aim of regulating and lowering water levels and flows to summer navigation ranges.
The environmental agency says there is a change of up to 45 millimeters of rain this weekend, which could keep water conditions steady through the spring time.
Despite calling off the flood watch, LTC says extreme caution should still be used around all area waterways and water control structures should always be avoided.