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NEW YORK — As Tropical Storm Elsa moved across the tri-state area Friday morning, the storm’s heavy rain and wind caused some transit issues as the morning commute got underway.

Elsa’s heavy downpours continued through the morning before moving out of New York and the New Jersey coast by the early afternoon.

Public transit

1:30 p.m.: Following earlier delays, Metro-North and NJ Transit are running on or close to schedule.

Long Island Rail Road service was on or close to on schedule across all lines.

The MTA reported little to no weather-related delays or issues for subways or buses in New York City.

PATH trains are running on or close to schedule.

Traffic and roads

1:30 p.m.: No flooding was reported Friday morning on major roads around New York City.

Flight delays

1:30 p.m.: Following earlier flight disruptions, John F. Kennedy Airport and Newark Airport are not reporting major delays. Travelers should continue to check with their airline to determine status of flights.