From UPS: Hurricane Irene Causing Service Delays along the East Coast.
UPS is committed to providing updates throughout the day on the impact of Hurricane Irene. Our first priority has been to ensure the safety of our employees. UPS has contingency plans in place and will resume normal operations on Monday, to the extent that conditions permit. Additional updates will be provided as the full impact of power outages, flooding and downed trees are known.
UPS is committed to making every effort to provide service to all areas where conditions permit safe access. We are closely monitoring local areas to ensure service resumes as soon as conditions permit. Please continue to monitor ups.com and check your package tracking for the latest delivery status information.
The UPS package guarantee does not apply when transportation networks are disrupted.
For information about the service impact on UPS Freight pickups and deliveries, visit http://ltl.upsfreight.com/
So far we’ve had deliveries and should have pick ups today, but there may be delays getting your packages in some areas.
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