By the time I got to the terminal all service was suspended, but trains that had already departed their initial terminals were continuing to their destinations. However, no new trains were heading out. Service was restored around 12:00 pm. Hourly local service on each line, with bomb trains. Trains going up the New Haven line were going to Stamford with bomb equipment and changing to electrics for service east to New Haven. The reverse for trains heading west to GCT. A few tracks were OOS, tk 4 at CP 234 and Ttk 4 between CP 112 and 106, due to third rail covers coming off. The snow jets were out in force clearing out the snow drifts that in some places were a foot over the top of the third rail on the Hudson line. Had the pleasure of working with Steamboat Willie on one train. The trains coming back west on the New Haven were SRO. Of course with bomb trains making all local stops and the heavy crowding and waiting for connections most trains were at least 20 mins behind schedule.
Hurry up and wait at the signal!