Milford sees minor flooding from Andrea

Tropical Storm Andrea is bringing heavy rain over the next two days.

Milford Mayor Ben Blake expects flooding in low-lying areas near rivers and streams.

Milford Mayor Ben Blake expects flooding in low-lying areas near rivers and streams. (6/7/13)

MILFORD - Milford experienced minor flooding Friday as the remnants of Tropical Storm Andrea passed through the region.

The storm brought heavy rain and winds to southwestern Connecticut.

Motorists told News 12 Connecticut that I-95 was a nerve-wracking drive because of the conditions. Many opted to spend their Friday night low key and indoors rather than brave the elements.

Saturday will be 76 degrees and partly sunny with a few showers. Sunday will be sunny followed by increasing clouds with a high near 78 degrees.

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