Update at 4:35 p.m.
The Coe Avenue and Short Beach Road intersection has been reopened to traffic after Friday's heavy rains led to a flash flood and temporary closure of the busy roadways.
The flash flood warning for East Haven and the rest of New Haven County has now expired.
The chance for scattered thunderstorms and rain showers continues into the overnight hours.
Tomorrow's weather expected to be overcast and foggy in the morning, and then partly cloudy the rest of the afternoon with a high of 68 degrees.
Original Story (Posted at 2:45 p.m.)
The heavy rains have taken their toll on East Haven, with flash flooding closing the busy intersection of Coe Avenue and Short Beach Road this afternoon.
East Haven Fire Department and East Haven Police officials are on the scene. And traffic is now being re-routed around the area until the waters have an opportunity to recede.
Flooding is nothing new for the intersection. as the area frequently floods during periods of heavy rains. Most recently, after a severe storm ripped through the town on Aug. 10.
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