STAMFORD - Crews across southwestern Connecticut are out fixing potholes.

Officials in Stamford say the nice weather we have had the last few days is the first break they've had since Christmas to focus on potholes and not severe winter weather.

The operations supervisor at the Stamford Highway Division, Doug Hoyt, says a crew of 28 people will now be focusing on filling the potholes.

Hoyt says it is a tedious job that will take time to get to every pothole.