Neither snow, rain, or sleet kept couriers from completing their appointed rounds. Carriers say it's the unofficial motto of the U.S. Postal Service, and they've stayed true to that motto the past couple of days.
Carriers say sometimes they don't want to be out there battling mother nature, but they say it's part of their job and residents need their mail.
"It's a job you just got to get through with it. It doesn't matter what the weather is like. It can be 100 degrees outside, it can be 20 below, irregardless we have to get it out there and do our jobs," says Joe Bertrand, a US Postal Service letter carrier.
U.S. Postal Service letter carriers are usually out on the roads delivering mail from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.