A FLOOD warning on the River Calder was lifted this morning by the Environment Agency.
A spokeswoman said the warning had been put in place overnight as heavy rain storms battered the North.
Heavy rainfall across much of the country had eased today with the number of flood warnings nationally dropping from 126 to 56.
In Huddersfield more than one third of the monthly average rainfall for the town fell between Sunday and 9am this morning.
Julie Walker, of Huddersfield University's school of applied sciences, said 30mm of rain had fallen between February 1 and 4.
The average rainfall for February from 1990 was 83.1mm.
Yesterday 13.4mm of rain fell, though this was unremarkable compared to the wettest day so far this year - January 31, when 22.8mm fell.
January was the wettest month in over 18 months, records by Huddersfield University's Weather Watch team reveal.
A total of 95.6mm of rain fell during the month, slightly below the average of 98.5mm, making it the wettest month since August 2002.
And only seven days of the month escaped without any rainfall.