Heavy Rain Floods Streets in Southeastern Connecticut

Heavy rain has caused street flooding in parts of southeastern Connecticut, including Groton, New London, Old Saybrook, Waterford and East Lyme.

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New London Day/Tim Cooke
Tim Cooke of the New London Day captured this photo of severe flash flooding in New London.
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New London Day/Tim Cooke
Tim Cooke of the New London Day captured this photo of severe flash flooding in New London.
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Nicole A.
Nicole A. captured this "See It Share It" photo of street flooding in New London.
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Amy Gilbert
Street flooding has stranded cars on Jefferson Avenue in New London.
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K. Grant Murphy
Flooding in downtown New London.
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East Lyme Police Department
Main Street is closed at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue in East Lyme because of street flooding, according to police.
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Stephanie Hall
Heavy rain on Rogers Street in New London
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Melissa Cann
Flooding on Thames Street in Groton
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Jeneen Malone
The water is almost up to Jeneen's knee in the parking lot of the Walmart in Old Saybrook!
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Sharon Smith Malbaurn‎
Driveways are flooded in parts of Groton.
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Joe Shoaf
Flooding along Route 117 in Groton.
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Sarah C.
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NBCConnecticut.com
Heavy rain caused the pavement to give way on Mullen Hill Road in Waterford.
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NBCConnecticut.com
Cars were stranded outside this 7-Eleven in New London.
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NBCConnecticut.com
Flood waters left behind debris inside this car caught in the rainstorm in New London.
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NBCConnecticut.com
Flood waters left behind debris inside this car caught in the rainstorm in New London.
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NBCConnecticut.com
Workers clean up after heavy rain flooded the 7-Eleven on Broad Street in New London.
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