Limited service on Metro-North slows commute

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Tuesday's severe storms are still impacting rail service in the Hudson Valley.

Metro-North says over a dozen morning trains were canceled on the Hudson and Harlem lines. Officials says that limited service is anticipated between Poughkeepsie and Croton-Harmon on the Hudson Line, and limited service is anticipated between Southeast and North White Plains on the Harlem Line. Service remains suspended between Wassaic and Southeast.

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They say crews have been working through the night to clear trees and repair third rail damage following the storms.

Officials expect regular service on the New Haven Line, between Croton-Harmon and Grand Central on the Hudson Line, and between North White Plains and Grand Central on the Harlem Line.

On Tuesday, Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan was packed with thousands of stranded commuters after Metro-North suspended all service.

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