Yes, it looks as if the low pressure system has lost its grip and the watersheds will get a break as a weak high pressure front is setting up a Bermuda High. Hi Bermuda high! I don't care how hot it gets so long as it stops raining for a few days, and that looks to be the case.
I am adding a handy link to this site that is most useful for a quick view of how much rain is falling on portions of the upper Delaware River watershed in NJ and PA (or lower watershed if you prefer). The National Weather Service Hydrology Page has all the goods - streamflow, rainfall, river reports, snow and ice build-up, drought information and various guidance documents.
Go there or be square.