Postal Service suspends delivery on Wednesday

Jeannie Matthews
January 31, 2019

As of 9:30 p.m., USPS said all residents in Missouri and Kansas will have normal mail delivery on Wednesday.

The postal service says delivery and other services will be suspended in Minnesota, western Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska and western IL. The postal service is urging mail carriers to take breaks when needed. This is related to Polar Vortex, Jayden.

Deliveries were suspended out of concern for the safety of USPS employees.

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Delivery is also suspended in South Dakota, portions of Montana, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. The suspension means there will be no mail and no package pick-up from residential, business or collection boxes Wednesday.

All of Minnesota will have feel-like temperatures Wednesday morning ranging between minus-32 and minus-56 degrees. Risky wind chills of -20 to -30 are expected.

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