UPS issued a statement saying many Christmas gifts won't arrive until Dec. 26.
People across the country may have less under their tree than they expected after a surge in e-commerce and bad weather created a massive backlog for UPS, CNN reports.
The company released a statement on Christmas Eve, explaining the situation and providing customers with a link (available here) to track packages.
"The volume of air packages in our system exceeded the capacity of our network as demand was much greater than the forecast, resulting in some shipments being delayed. We expect a vast majority of these packages will be delivered the day after Christmas. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience," the statement read.
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