Snow making travel difficult in Connecticut

As snow falls across southwestern Connecticut, officials are asking residents to stay home if at all possible.Plow crews are out clearing the highways and major

NORWALK - As snow falls across southwestern Connecticut, officials are asking residents to stay home if at all possible.

Plow crews are out clearing the highways and major thoroughfares first before clearing the secondary and side streets, but as the snow falls faster, plow crews are having trouble keeping up.

Some localities have declared snow emergencies, forcing residents to keep their cars off snow routes to make plowing easier.

For many, they say that they've seen enough of the snow and are ready for spring to come, but until then they?ll just keep plowing.

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