Norwalk residents spend Sunday sledding and cleaning up from nor’easter

Norwalk residents spend Sunday sledding and cleaning up from nor’easter 
It was the calm after the storm for Norwalk residents as they were greeted with sunshine Sunday morning. 
The sounds of snowblowers, shovels scraping the pavement and laughter could be heard throughout the city.
Parents and their children enjoyed some downhill sledding at Wolfpit Elementary School.
Children like Catie, 10, and Nina, 11, say they’ve been looking forward to this for a long time.
“This is our No. 1 place to sled,” said Catie Watkinson.
Saturday’s strong wind gusts and bitter cold temperatures kept them inside the whole day.
For some residents and business owners it was not all fun and games. They tell News 12 they saw snow totals up to 8 inches in some parts of Norwalk.  They spent the day cleaning up.
“Today’s just going to be shovel, shovel and shovel,” says Thomas Giafardino. ”Perpetual shoveling.”