STAMFORD - Communities throughout southwestern Connecticut are shoveling snow in the wake of Saturday's winter storm.
Highway Division crews wrapped up working more than 24-hour shifts about mid-morning. Some workers will remain on-call to tend to any problems that may arise.
Downtown drivers in Stamford are back on the roadways, after city officials say that all roads have been cleared. People are urged to use caution on icy sidewalks. More ice may develop as the temperature drops tonight.
Officials say that storm drains are another source of concern. Some are partially clear, while others continue to be clogged by icy, slushy snow.
Crews will be back on the roads Monday in preparation for snow that is expected to fall on Tuesday.