(AP) -- Scientists say glacial flooding from Iceland's most active volcano has peaked, with no sign yet of an eruption.
Geophysicists have been monitoring the Grimsvotn volcano since melted glacial ice began pouring from it several days ago, signaling a possible eruption.
Icelandic Meteorological Office scientist Gunnar Gudmundsson said Thursday that floodwaters are receding, and tremors at the volcano are also decreasing.
He says it is now "less likely that we will get an eruption, at least in the near future."
Grimsvotn lies under the uninhabited Vatnajokull glacier in southeast Iceland.
It last erupted in 2004. Scientists say another eruption will likely be small and should not lead to the air travel chaos caused in April by ash from the Eyjafjallajokul volcano.
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