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Fairfield's Tuesday checklist: Schools still closed; more trains -- and snow

Updated 6:06 pm, Tuesday, February 12, 2013

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  • Ground crews clears sidewalks and entrances Tuesday afternoon at Osborn Hill Schools, as officials aim to reopen schools Wednesday after having been closed three days by the blizzard.  FAIRFIELD CITIZEN, CT 2/12/13 Photo: Genevieve Reilly / Fairfield Citizen
    Ground crews clears sidewalks and entrances Tuesday afternoon at Osborn Hill Schools, as officials aim to reopen schools Wednesday after having been closed three days by the blizzard. FAIRFIELD CITIZEN, CT 2/12/13 Photo: Genevieve Reilly

 

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The warmer-weather trend following the weekend blizzard continues today in Fairfield and the rest of southwestern Connecticut, with sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-40s.

The relatively balmy conditions should help with the continuing storm cleanup in advance of possible snow -- potentially, 2 to 4 inches -- on Wednesday night.

Here's a Tuesday checklist of what to expect in the snow storm's aftermat

- Fairfield municipal offices, Fairfield Public Library are open.

- Fairfield public schools remain closed Tuesday.

- The town's trash transfer station and recycling center on One Rod Highway are open.

- Fairfield University classes, activities resume 9:30 a.m. Tuesday; 8 a.m. classes cancelled.

- Sacred Heart University classes remain cancelled Tuesday; offices reopen.

- Metro-North Railroad restores 75 percent of morning peak schedule east of the South Norwalk Station -- here is that schedule: http://bit.ly/YTCSRS

- Bus service is expected to resume Tuesday by Greater Bridgeport Transit on routes cleared. Check here for updates: http://www.gogbt.com

Fairfield public works crews continue plowing operations around town, and remind residents of the town policy on plowing, which can be found here: http://bit.ly/10zsQKD