WESTON - Southwestern Connecticut residents are being warned that snow left on roofs from yesterday?s snowstorm could pose major problems. Keith Koval, of Phil?s Main Roofing, says that as the snow begins to melt midday and then refreezes, homeowners could face very-hard-to-remove ice called ice damns. He says the ice damns can cause water to seep through shingles and cause significant damage. In some instances, heavy snow can also lead to an outright roof collapse.

Norwalk snow emergency continues into the evening