I'm on the Lake Shore Limited Albany to Chicago, beginning the trip Saturday. The forecast is for snow on Saturday night, possibly several inches, along with some wind the next morning. It's possible, though not convenient, that I could switch up and leave a day early. So those who have experience with this, would anyone care to offer a guess on the chances they'll cancel the Saturday train because of weather? I understand that nobody can accurately predict these things three days ahead of time, but maybe you can just hazard a guess based on past experience with how quickly they pull the trigger on cancelling the LSL. I don't care if the train is late, just whether or not the ditch it completely.