Updated: Wednesday, 27 Feb 2013, 6:00 PM EST
Published : Wednesday, 27 Feb 2013, 6:00 PM EST
EAST HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) -- Once again some folks living along the shoreline have more of water view than they want.
Cars are creating a sort of waterfall as those behind the wheel take the risk of driving through deep water.
"Every time we get rain it floods out like this, every time get a heavy rain and people just keep going through it, they get stuck and it's like, you see a puddle there, go around but people don't listen and they keep going as you can see," said Debbie McSherry.
The combination of pouring rains and a rising tide, once gain caused flooding along the shoreline in spots hit hard by Superstorm sandy.
The Cosey Beach area of East Haven has yards, driveways and roads all underwater.
"The east wind I think came up a little stronger than we expected, at least than I expected and I'd say we got in excess of 3 feet above a regular high tide," said Chief Doug Jackson, East Haven Fire Dept.
East Haven did not activate an alert but in Milford officials sounded the flood sirens, warning residents the water was on the way up.
Residents in the Melba Street area who were also hit hard by Sandy are coping again with more water than they want.
Seems mother nature likes routine, sending the water where she usually does.
"Do you have a secret path to get by it," asked News 8's Erin Cox.
"I do, I come down, I live down that way. I come down here cut through here, cut through Rite Aid and by pass it all," said McSherry.