Amtrak resumes limited service as storm conditions ease
Hartford (AP) — Amtrak says limited service is resuming between New York and Albany, New York, as storm conditions ease.
Amtrak said Tuesday that service between New York and Chicago will operate, but connecting service to and from Boston remains suspended.
Rail service is operating on a reduced schedule between New York and Washington, while it remains suspended between New York and Boston.
Also suspended is service between Brunswick, Maine, and Boston; Washington and St. Albans, Vermont; and the Springfield line between New Haven and Springfield, Massachusetts.
Service between Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and Philadelphia is operating with reduced frequency.
And most Virginia trains are in service, but will not operate north of New York.
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So, how much snow will Southeast Connecticut end up getting by midday Wednesday?
I'm not a betting man/woman.
6 inches to 1 foot
1 foot to 18 inches
18 inches to 2 feet
2 feet to 30 inches
30 inches to 3 feet
This is a bogus exercise because the rules are fluid. Are we talking about snowdrift height too?
How much is a lot?
Number of votes: 371