The water in Dutch rivers and lakes is still high. Water levels will continue to rise in some places, but expectations are favorable. Little rain is expected and water can be drained from the IJsselmeer.
The water in the Meuse has already peaked near Maastricht. Now the water flows via the river towards Rotterdam. That may cause some local flooding before the water disappears into the sea.
The Rhine has yet to peak, but water levels are unlikely to get any higher than around Christmas. Then the Rhine peaked at about 14.50 meters at Lobith. It is now expected to peak somewhere around 14.35.
Here you see the Meuse River near the town of Ravenstein.
Even at our eastern neighbors in Germany, the water is high and has burst its banks. Below is a photo of the center in Cochem where the Moselle River is flooding part of the center.