Light snow blanketed Fairfield overnight Friday into early Saturday, as the region weathered yet another very cold day.

Nevertheless, the bright sun made most of the snow cover vanish by midday.

Meanwhile, a warming trend is on the way beginning Sunday with temperatures "soaring" into the 30s, and perhaps breaking the 32-degree freezing threshold for the first time in nearly a week.

But winterphobes should not celebrate too much, however.

The National Weather Service indicates it could snow again Monday afternoon. But there is expected to scant accumulation before changing to a wet, messy wintry mix overnight.

More precipitation is possible later in the week, but it also will trend toward the rainy side, according to the NWS.

Here's a gallery of town looked like early Saturday.