BILLINGS – The U.S. Postal Service has announced that mail delivery will be suspended in eastern Montana Wednesday because of the very cold weather brought in by the polar vortex.
No collection will be made from businesses, boxes, residential or commercial areas, the post office said. A USPS representative could not confirm the exact region of eastern Montana for the mail blackout Wednesday.
Postal customers can click here to find specific service updates for their area. Retail operations will be available but limited.
Parts of eastern Montana are forecasted to see wind chill push temperatures as low as 40 degrees below zero.