Half-hour delays on Philly’s commuter rail trains

Philadelphia’s regional rail system says some commuter trains are running up to 30 minutes behind schedule due to frigid weather.

SEPTA says trains on the Media/Elwyn Line are running with up to 45-minute delays Wednesday morning due to earlier equipment problems at 30th Street Station.

In the city, shuttle buses are replacing trolleys on the Route 15 line between 26th Street and Girard Avenue and Delaware Avenue due to power problems.

Philadelphia is experiencing its sixth straight day of sub-freezing temperatures.

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The National Weather Service says temperatures will peak Wednesday at 30 degrees before diving to 14 degrees Wednesday night.

Forecasters say strong winds and snow showers starting Wednesday night could linger into Thursday morning, bringing a dusting of snow and gusts up to 32 mph.

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