Winter weather affects delivery of print newspapers, check e-edition for today's paper

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UPDATE: Due to the road conditions and for the safety of all involved, no deliveries will be made prior to daylight on Tuesday, Jan. 18. Carriers will begin delivering during daylight hours and only as road conditions allow. The e-Edition is available for your viewing via goupstate.com or the Herald-Journal eEdition app. We appreciate your patience.

Sunday's winter storm is preventing some Herald-Journal delivery people from driving their routes this morning, and some readers will likely not receive a print edition of the Herald-Journal this morning.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Our team is monitoring conditions throughout the day, but delivery on Monday could also be challenging given continued snow, sleet and freezing rain and expected cold temperatures.

A replica of the print newspaper is available to all subscribers at spartanburgheraldjournal-sc.newsmemory.com, additionally our teams from Spartanburg, Greenville and Anderson are working throughout the day providing live, free updates on the storm at www.goupstate.com.

Although we're providing this content for free, please remember that your subscriptions support this work. If you're a subscriber, thank you. If not, we ask that you consider buying a subscription at goupstate.com/subscribenow.

Gabe Whisnant is the news director of the Spartanburg Herald-Journal. His email address is gwhisnant@shj.com. Follow him on Twitter @GabeWhisnant.

This article originally appeared on Herald-Journal: Winter weather affects delivery of Spartanburg print editions

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