You know this is busiest time of year for deliveries, and the U.S. Postal Service says snow or not, your packages will be delivered on time.
Letter carriers like Leon Van Vooren plan to work long hours.
"We don't stop until it's delivered, oh yeah, there is always overtime," said Van Vooren.
The U.S. Postal Service says the only way you won't receive your mail on time is if you don't do your part. When it snows they urge families to shovel the front of their homes and sidewalks.
"If there is a hazard, if the letter carrier is approaching the house then he makes a decision. Basically we just ask the customers to give the carrier a clear path, basically it's left up to the customer to shovel the snow," said Rodney Owens, the customer relations coordinator with the Postal Service.
If your package can't be delivered because of snow in front of your home, the postal service says your package can be picked up at the post office.
Amazon sent TODAY'S TMJ4 the following statement about holiday shipping:
"We work with a variety of carriers and are confident in their ability to serve customers. Questions about Amazon shipping deadlines can be viewed here."
Be sure and try our new SNOWCAST APP! It is the "snow equivalent to STORM SHIELD" - a great new product that gives you high resolution snow forecasts for any part of the nation! It has just been introduced for iPhones, but we are working on the Android version! Just search SNOWCAST in the App Store or click here.