Wednesday's edition of The Globe will be delivered by carrier as normal, even with wind chills forecast to be as bitter as 60 degrees below zero. Carriers, however, may need to take breaks to warm up and avoid frostbite, so while newspapers will be delivered the same day, they will possibly arrive later than what is customary.

However, the U.S. Postal Service has suspended mail delivery for Minnesota and Ioiwa, as well as North Dakota and South Dakota, on Wednesday. There will be no mail pickup from businesses or collection boxes. There also won't be residential or commercial package pick-up services.

Should our subscribers want a print copy while waiting for delivery, we encourage them to visit our office at 300 11th St., Worthington, in the morning and we'll give them one at no charge. Additionally, we also encourage subscribers to visit dglobe.com and click on "e-paper" (under SUBSCRIBE NOW, near the top of the home page) to view the newspaper digitally. If you haven't done so before, you'll need to create a login.

 As always, we thank you for your business and your readership. We ask that all be safe in this extreme cold.