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Library and Y open; trains still have problems; freezing rain tonight

The New Haven train yard on Saturday. —MTA photo

The New Haven train yard on Saturday. —MTA photo

With cleanup from the storm well underway, Wilton Library announced it will be open for regular hours Sunday, from 1 to 5.

The Wilton Family Y is open.

Wilton police report all roads are open.

Metro-North continues to have difficulties due to massive amounts of snow on the rail line.

A regular Sunday schedule is in effect today on the New Haven Line between Stamford and Grand Central Terminal. Service remains suspended between Stamford and New Haven, as well as on the branch lines until further notice “as crews work around the clock to clear the lines of snow,” the railroad said.

 

• Please send us your snow photos — kids sledding, snowmen, pets playing in it — email editor@wiltonbulletin.com.

 

There are no power outages in Wilton and nothing significant in nearby towns.

Today’s forecast is for lots of sun with a high near near 33 and light winds from the southwest.

Tonight, however, could bring freezing rain, according to the National Weather Service. A little more snow and freezing rain is expected early Monday morning, then rain. There could be areas of fog. A high near 43 is expected.

Tuesday and Wednesday are expected to be sunny but chilly.

 

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