SPOKANE, Wash. – Sunday marked the first time in recent history that the United States Postal Service delivered mail on that day.
USPS was forced to use their day off after Wednesday's wind storm knocked off part of the roof to their processing center.
"I know at work, for example, we didn't have mail Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday," South Hill resident Christina Fox said.
The center was shut down for two days while mail got sent to Seattle to be processed. The mail then got forwarded back to Spokane for delivery.
They are now receiving the mail they would normally receive plus the extra mail from Seattle that they were not able to process before.
It means postal workers will be working extra hard to sort through all the mail.
USPS plans on being caught up by Tuesday or Wednesday.