Postal Service suspends delivery Wednesday due to cold

Postal Service suspends delivery Wednesday due to cold Photo: Kirsten Swanson/KSTP

January 29, 2019 05:04 PM

Due to the severe winter weather conditions, the U.S. Postal Service has announced postal delivery Wednesday will be suspended in Minnesota, Iowa, western Wisconsin and western Illinois.

Temperatures in the Twin Cities were expected to drop to near -30 degrees Tuesday and Wednesday and a wind chill warning was in effect.


A release from the USPS said retail operations at local officices will be available, but may be limited.

There will be no collection mail pickup from businesses or collection boxes. There will also be no residential or commercial package pickup services.

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