The Delaware River Port Authority announced Monday night it will open all toll crossings beginning at 4 a.m.
According to the DRPA, the Commodore Barry, Walt Whitman, Ben Franklin and Betsy Ross bridges will reopen to passenger cars Tuesday morning.
The ban on trucks, trailers, motorcycles, buses, campers and other vehicles prone to instability in high winds remains in effect until further notice.
In addition, service on the PATCO High-Speed LIne will remain suspended until further notice.
The DRPA says no trains will run between Lindenwold, N.J. and Philadelphia during the Tuesday morning rush hour.
Winter Storm Warnings have been posted for the heart of the Delaware Valley.
Look for a tricky AM rush with accumulating snow, very heavy at times with snowfall rates of 1-2+" per hour.
2-4" expected N&W of Philly with Philly immediate suburbs and points south into Jersey and Delaware likely to get 4-6"