US Postal Service Works Brave Brutal Cold to Deliver Mail

Neither snow, nor rain, not even wind chills reaching -45 stopped U.S. Postal Service workers from delivering the mail.

Mail carriers we spoke to say they take pride in braving less than ideal weather to make sure your mail gets to its destination on time.

Lisa Muszynski has carried mail for 30 years and shares the secret to keeping warm.

“I dress in layers, thin layers. The hardest part is keeping the face warm. I wear an extra headband and I’ll put that up every now and then,” explained Muszynski.

A typical route for U.S. Postal Service mail carriers takes about six hours to complete.