The Winter Blizzard of 2013 delivered a hefty punch and over two feet of snow to the area. Plows continue to work on clearing all the roads and the state driving ban is still in effect until 4 pm Saturday.
(To see images reader submitted photos of the snow storm please view our album Blizzard 2013.)
Wrentham Police have asked people to respect the travel ban as workers continue to clear the roads.
While 400,000 are without power this morning across the state, there have been minimal outages in Wrentham with National Grid currently reporting full service to the community.
Friday night there was a potentially dangerous situation. The power was out at Bennett Garden, the affordable senior housing unit, but National Grid was able to restore service within two hours.
Power outages should be reported to National Grid or posted to the Wrentham Police Department Facebook page.
"Wrentham Public Safety has weathered the storm well with very few power outages," says Wrentham Police Chief James Anderson. "Police and Fire will keep additional personnel throughout the day."
Anderson added, "The DPW has done a great job keeping the roads open however I would remind people we are still in a state of emergency with the driving and on street parking ban in effect. We are asking people if it is safe to do so to check with their neighbors whom may need assistance and try to clear fire hydrants near their property."
The Town arranged for the Looking Glass Cafe to serve breakfast to plow drivers fueled up. On Saturday morning the downtown breaksfast joint was serving up eggs, toast and coffee to keep town plow drivers rolling.
We will update this story throughout the day.