After the storm

Snow covered residence

USPS curtailed mail delivery and retail service in many locations in Colorado and Wyoming this week after a powerful late winter snowstorm shut down roads and caused power outages.

The storm dumped more than 3 feet of heavy, wet snow in parts of the two states.

Denver International Airport received 27 inches, the fourth-biggest snowfall in the city’s history, according to the National Weather Service, while Cheyenne, WY, received more than 30 inches, smashing a record set in 1979.

USPS announced regular retail and delivery services will resume in both states as soon as road conditions become safe and passable.

The Service Alerts and Newsroom sections have the latest updates on service disruptions and operational adjustments.