The cleanup from this weekend's record-breaking snowstorm continues in Durham, where town officials said Saturday night they hope to have all roads passable by the end of the day Sunday.
Town road crews worked overnight to continue moving the massive amounts of snow that measured over three feet high in most areas, and even higher where snow drifts settled.
While many roads in the town were passable Saturday, a state-wide travel ban remained in effect until 4 p.m., when Gov. Malloy lifted it. Local residents are still being urged to stay home until Monday, officials said.
Residents whose roads have not been plowed by 12 p.m. on Sunday are asked to call Durham's storm hotline at 860-343-6735.
Sunday's high temperature is expected to reach 35-degrees and more snow, sleet and rain is likely for Monday when temperatures climb into the mid-40s.