Snow appears to have ended across Darien and the rest of southwestern Connecticut between 5 and 6 a.m. Saturday, after the region was pummeled for nearly 24 hours by a winter nor'easter -- with intense overnight blizzard conditions -- and left in its wake at least 2 to 3 feet of snow.

No power outages were reported in Darien early Saturday by Connecticut Light & Power Co., even though hundreds of thousands have lost electric service around the Northeast.

Gov. Dannel Malloy, at 5:30 a.m. Saturday, banned travel on "all" Connecticut roads for safety reasons and to facilitate snow-removal operations.

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Service by Metro-North Railroad, as well as Amtrak, remains suspended indefinitely.

Here is a summary of the National Weather Service forecast for as of 6 a.m. Saturday:

- The Blizzard Warning has been dropped, and while scattered snow showers may be felt early Saturday, the storm has moved on. There will, however, be snow-filled blustery gusts of the drifts left behind, as winds are clocked 20 to 25 mph, with gusts in the high-30-mph range.

- Clouds will gradually clear and the sun will emerge, as the daytime high temperature rises to about 30 degrees.

- Tonight will be clear and very cold, with temperatures dropping to a low of about 10 degrees.

- Tomorrow should be sunny and a little warmer, with high temperatures in the mid-30s.

- And the outlook for Monday calls for probable rain, with temperatures in the mid-40s.