After several rain storms and some major melting in our icepack here in Connecticut, rivers and streams of all sizes have overflowed their banks yet again. This time most of the major damage was in the western part of the state around the Housatonic river. Wherever you went, the flooding had an impact on you this week.
Here’s a shot of the Farmington River in Simsbury as it flowed over Nod Road, with the Hueblein Tower in the background.
New Milford has been severly flooded all week with the Housatonic River taking over Rt 7.