The town weathered another massive storm that left businesses and residents buried under a 18 inches of snow late Tuesday into Wednesday morning.

The snow started to fly around 10 p.m. on Tuesday and gradually increased in intensity with snowfall coming at a rate of 2 inches an hour, the National Weather Service said. Because of the snow, Metro-North is operating its train service on a Sunday schedule.

First Selectman David Campbell, who was driving around town to check on the clean up process said he was impressed with how quickly the roads were being cleared.

Currently, Connecticut Light & Power is not reporting any Darien residents without power.

The cost of the cleanup efforts is unknown as Administrative Officer Karl Kilduff is still compiling the numbers.

Director of Public Works Robert Steeger said the cleanup efforts will continue for a couple more nights as crews continue to clear piles of snow and sidewalks that the town is responsible for. Steeger attributed the town's ability to clear snow from roads and sidewalks without any problems to the fact that many residents stayed home.

"There weren't any particular problems as a result of the snow, and besides the amount of snow we got, it was entirely unremarkable," Steeger said.