Customers urged to keep sidewalks, steps and approaches to curbside boxes clear of snow and ice.
The Postal Service says every attempt will be made to deliver mail on Friday. But spokesperson Roger Humphries says carrier safety is first and foremost.
He is asking customers to move snow away from the curbside mailboxes to allow vehicles to access the boxes. This would include neighborhood cluster boxes.
Keith Reid, Omaha Postmaster says, “Mail delivery service may be delayed or curtailed whenever streets or walkways present hazardous conditions to our carriers and vehicles.”
If sidewalks and steps aren't shoveled today, Humphries says they will come back on Saturday and try again.