The second winter storm in a week socked Fairfield and the rest of southwestern Connecticut early Monday, again closing town offices, schools and libraries.

The storm left several inches of snow, gilded by sleet and ice, making travel hazardous.

Meanwhile, the National Weather Service warns of extremely cold temperatures overnight, with temperatures dipping to the single digits and wind-chill values between zero and minus-10 degrees caused by blustery, northwest winds 14 to 21 mph.

Here's a few photos of the downtown cleanup Monday ...