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:

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

Fairfield public works crews continue plowing operations around town, and remind residents of the town policy on plowing, which can be found here: