Looks somewhat like the 4,5,6 line during the morning rush but a tad crazier.
With limited exceptions, service will resume across the subway system at 6:00 a.m. Monday morning. Service will be less frequent than normal, and customers should expect longer waits and more crowded trains. Frequency of service will improve over the course of the day. Specifically:
The Staten Island Railway will resume normal service at midnight tonight.
Trees are blocking tracks and flooding has been reported in several areas. Crews were dispatched to assess the damage and make repairs. Crews are also in the process of reinstalling hundreds of gates at crossings.
Metro-North is experiencing major flooding at numerous locations on all lines and a mudslide on the Hudson Line at Spuyten Duyvil. The National Weather Service has extended Flood Warnings for Putnam, Rockland, Westchester, and Southeastern CT counties until midnight Monday, which will impact the ability of crews to make necessary repairs. There are multiple instances of power outages and trees tangled in overhead catenary wires. There are several sections of track in various locations damaged by mudslides and washouts and significant flooding at stations. Crews are on hand throughout the system restoring infrastructure as conditions allow.