Sun rises over Haycock Point on the Branford shoreline, Dec. 30, 2012.
Updated: Sunday, 30 Dec 2012, 7:53 AM EST
Published : Sunday, 30 Dec 2012, 5:58 AM EST
(WTNH) -- There's plenty of work to do for homeowners and snow plow operators today as people dig out from under several inches of snow from the End of 2012 storm.
The storm dropped more than ten inches of snow in the towns of Colchester, Norwich and Union, according to unofficial measurements by the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Putnam and Mansfield saw about nine inches of snow, while Litchfield, Southbury and Milford got at least five inches of snow.
Storm Team 8 had another report of a foot of snow in Guilford.
Plow trucks were out in the overnight hours clearing highways and main roads in towns, but secondary and tertiary streets may not be be cleared as quickly.
If you head out, be sure to give yourself extra time to get to your destination. Also remember, it's state law that you must clear all the snow off your vehicle before you hit the road.
With no great warm-up in the forecast, the snow isn't going to be melting away on its own too fast.