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No mail delivery Wednesday in Minnesota

Undeterred by deep snow, mail carrier Travis Vezina sorts through the mail while delivering to homes. U.S. Postal Service will be suspended Wednesday, Jan. 30. File photo / Duluth News Tribune

The U.S. Postal Service has suspended mail delivery for Minnesota on Wednesday, Jan. 30, because of worsening weather conditions related to Polar Vortex Jayden.

Postal operations are also being suspended in North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, western Wisconsin and western Illinois. Retail operations at local offices will be available, but may be limited.

There will be no mail pickup from businesses or collection boxes. There also won't be residential or commercial package pick-up services.

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