David Islands in the Thimble Islands saw some rough waters after some heavy rains. Photo: Giovanni Rao/Report It
Updated: Thursday, 12 Jan 2012, 3:13 PM EST
Published : Thursday, 12 Jan 2012, 1:44 PM EST
(WTNH) - A day that brought snow, wind, rain and rainbows over Connecticut is now causing street flooding along the shoreline.
The National Weather Service issued coastal flood warnings for moderate coastal flooding around 1p.m., high tide.
The water levels were between 3 and 3.5 feet above high tide, but those levels are now falling.
The coastal flooding was due to the combination of high tide, a near full moon, and almost an inch of rainfall earlier in the day.
News 8's Anne Craig reports water is over the road in the Indian Neck area of Branford.
Megan Foggitt tweeted that there was bad flooding in Guilford.
In Stratford, the Connecticut Department of Transportation closed Exit 30 off I-95 because of high water.
In Milford, Report It pictures showed flooding along Deerfield, and from Westbrook News 8's Tina Detelj sent us this picture of flooding.