FLOOD alerts issued for the borough this week have been withdrawn after the recent heavy rainfall finally relented.
The Environment Agency had put the alert in place for the River Pinn and Woodridings Stream in Eastcote, Ruislip, Ickenham, Uxbridge and Yiewsley on Monday evening, but gave the all-clear 24 hours later.
The worst of the rain fell overnight on Monday and Tuesday, causing a mini-flood on the hard-standing at Uxbridge bus station and taking local rivers and streams to their highest water level for many months.
It came as the Met Office confirmed that April 2012 was the second wettest in Middlesex since records began.
EA had warned: "Any standing water could remain for the next day. Rivers will remain sensitive to any further significant rainfall."
Figures show that the rainfall total for last month was more than twice the average total for Middlesex and has exceeded the 102mm received in April 1983, although not topped the 115.2mm seen in April 2000.
Nationwide, April this year is confirmed as the wettest since records began in 1910.