Dozens of flight departures from Bradley International Airport were canceled on Thursday as airlines tried to get back on schedule after Wednesday's nor'easter in Connecticut.
About 30-percent of the morning departures were canceled, according to an airport spokesperson.
Other flights were listed as delayed and a few were scheduled to depart on time, according to the airport's website. Airport officials suggest passengers call their airlines for the latest information before arriving at Bradley.
Metro-North is operating on a reduced schedule on Thursday and the rail line is warning commuters to expect extremely crowded conditions on trains. You can check schedules online here.
The reduced schedule means fewer trains and that means carrying only about 55-percent of its normal weekday ridership, according to Metro-North.
The New Canaan and Danbury branches remain suspended until further notice.
Amtrak service was suspended between New York City and Boston until 11 a.m. on Thursday, but has resumed modified service.