Storm damage causes USPS mail delays

Tuesday night's winds are causing a major headache for the United States Postal Service. USPS says it will be two to three more days before mail will be sent out again.

Wind ripped up the roof of the mail sorting facility, which was still under repair from November's devastating windstorm.

The new damage caused rain to flood the building, but luckily no mail was damaged.

Until the building is usable again, USPS says they'll be processing mail through Seattle. Packages will be processed through post offices in Spokane and Post Falls.

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