11:35 a.m. — Trumbull Police Lieutenant Ronald Kirby, who heads the town's Office of Emergency Management, reports there have been a few minor accidents.

"The snow totals are a little higher than expected," he said. "Public works has crews out clearing the roads. We would encourage residents to use caution when driving and stay home unless it's necessary to go out. The snow should be stopping this afternoon and conditions should improve."

As a side note, no parking ban is in effect.


If resident could assist Public Works by removing vehicles from streets, it would assist in clearing the roads and be greatly appreciated.

11:16 a.m. — The Department of Public Works is asking residents to remove cars from the road to allow plow trucks to pass.

"This is not a parking ban," an announcement said. "Your assistance is appreciated."

Besides the parking warning, the town announced that the Trumbull Senior Center activities and buses will be cancelled Friday, Feb. 5.

All other town buildings will operate on a normal schedule.

"It looks pretty, but the snow is causing slippery road conditions," the town's Twitter page posted earlier Friday morning. "Be sure to drive slowly and safely!"