Biting cold temperatures add to the dangers of residents who spent much of the morning cleaning up the first snowfall of the year.
Barrington residents woke up on Friday morning to a winter wonderland. With schools and many businesses either closed or on an adjusted schedule, many of the main roads were passable, if not clear by 9 a.m.
The Barrington police chief is reminding residents that they must clear snow and ice off the sidewalks in front of their homes.
A traffic light and sign hang precariously over the intersection of County Road and Maple Avenue, a likely victim of the high winds that accompanied Thursday night's storm.
Barrington's County Road looks more like a country road after Mother Nature leaves a wintry reminder that we live in New England.
Dante Salvaggio, 10, uses the day off from school to help clear his family's driveway on County Road.