Snow, snow and more snow. With the third snow storm in as many weeks, New Canaan and rest of Connecticut have become accustomed to the white blaze. With neighboring towns like Norwalk, Fairfield and Danbury getting up to 28 inches, New Canaan lucked out with estimates at around 12 inches.

However, unlike the Blizzard of 2010, where winds reached hurricane levels, no major issues snagged New Canaan this time. While the rest of Connecticut suffered crippling traffic jams and road issues, New Canaan managed to stay crisis-free. Traffic accidents and road closures across Interstate 95, 84, Route 8, Route 25 and the Merritt Parkway. The snowfall was so intense that it even forced Metro-North to run its lines on a Sunday Schedule.

"Things [went] fairly well," Mose Saccary, superintendent of Operations for the Highway Department, said. "The guys did a great job. Our biggest challenge is to figure out where to put all the snow. Our mechanics jumped on any snags we had with our vehicles."

As Saccary said, New Canaan's only issue was deciding where to place all the snow. Large mounds of plowed snow covered half of the closed off Elm Street and part of Main Street in front of Town Hall.

The fire and police department also reported no major concerns around town. In fact, New Canaan was so quiet that the fire department was able to assist Norwalk with some of its challenges, mainly a large fire at the YMCA.

"The snow was really bad at around 3 a.m. last night," Saccary said. "You couldn't see out of the front windshield. There was probably about 2 inches [of snowfall] per hour."

With the worst of it over, New Canaan may finally have a temporary reprieve from winter's wrath.