Long Island Rail Road trains were mostly back on schedule Tuesday afternoon after rain, gusting winds and signal problems made a mess of the morning commute.
That train will operate normally from East Hampton to Jamaica, officials said.
Earlier in the morning, signal problems caused all sorts of headaches for commuters, delaying trains into and out of New York by as much as 20 minutes. All trains traveling west of Jamaica were affected.
Those signal problems began at about 6:30 a.m. It took until midmorning for service to get back on schedule. It was unclear if the problems were weather-related.