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Overnight Rain Floods Fairfield Rivers, Parking Lots

The Mill River in Fairfield was over flowing after the overnight rain fall.
The Mill River in Fairfield was over flowing after the overnight rain fall. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
The Mill River in Fairfield was over flowing after the overnight rain fall.
The Mill River in Fairfield was over flowing after the overnight rain fall. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
The Mill River in Fairfield was over flowing, nearly hitting Bronson Road after the overnight rain fall.
The Mill River in Fairfield was over flowing, nearly hitting Bronson Road after the overnight rain fall. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
The Mill River in Fairfield was over flowing into parking lots and grassy areas on Bronson Road after the overnight rain fall.
The Mill River in Fairfield was over flowing into parking lots and grassy areas on Bronson Road after the overnight rain fall. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
Fog covered Fairfield through most of the morning, finally dissipating in the early afternoon.
Fog covered Fairfield through most of the morning, finally dissipating in the early afternoon. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith

FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- After the fog gave way Thursday, it was clear that the nearly 4 inches of rain that had fallen in Fairfield had left rivers and streams running over their banks.

Norwalk saw a whopping 4.52 inches of rainfall during Wednesday's storm, while 3.8 inches fell on Stamford. Northern Fairfield County towns saw a little less, with 2.78 inches reported at Danbury Airport, according to the National Weather Service.

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