NJ Transit says service will soon be restored on two rail lines affected by Saturday's snowstorm.

The agency says the Morris and Essex line -- including the Gladstone Branch and the Montclair-Boonton line -- will run as scheduled on Tuesday morning.

But commuters are advised to expect delays of up to 10 minutes during peak travel times and up to 20 minutes during off-peak times as crews continue to work.

Both lines were suspended on Saturday after extensive damage caused by heavy, wet snow and strong winds that toppled trees and limbs.