Updated: Wednesday, 06 Mar 2013, 8:35 PM EST
Published : Wednesday, 06 Mar 2013, 12:16 PM EST
EAST HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) -- The big threat with this storm for people on the shoreline is coastal flooding. Some of the areas hard-hit in Sandy and Irene are preparing again.
You can't blame folks living a block from the beach for fearing the flooding forecast.
"It's terrifying. You go no, really? Again? No," said Chris Woods of Milford.
Woods just got back into her Milford house and showed News 8 the new floors that were fixed not once but twice. It was first flooded by 12 inches of water from Irene and then 18 inches from Sandy and just 7 days ago there were sirens that warned of more flooding.
"We get alerts. Have your ever heard those alarms go off? You know, warning, danger, move your cars to higher ground. It's you know, electrifying," said Woods.
One week ago East Haven had water covered roadways, driveways and yards. For this upcoming storm many are preparing but not panicking.
"Cars get moved, some peope even leave. They will go stay with relatives or friends," said Katie Coners of Milford.
Chris woods is planning just in case she can't get back to her freshly rehabbed house.
"I do love being here but now it's pretty traumatic. Every time there is a storm it's scary," said Woods.