NORWALK - The first major snow storm of the winter dumped 9 inches in some regions Friday.

Areas north of the Merritt Parkway saw the most snow, while the coast received anywhere between 6 and 8 inches plus a sleet and snow mix causing dangerous road conditions.

The storm tapered off Friday evening and left only flurries fluttering on southwestern Connecticut during the night.

Connecticut won?t get much of a break as another storm is on its way and could hit the area on Sunday. A winter storm watch already has been announced for Sunday.

Orange plows ready to hit the road once traffic clearsNorwalk traffic begins to easeSnow causes major airport delaysSnow hits Orange, causes road delaysNorwalk sends crews out early to prepare for stormOrange Highway Department says it's ready to deal with storm

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