All eyes are on the Plains as extreme cold and wintry weather are on the way

Cold weather will replace snow and ice this week in the Northern Plains as wind-chill warnings and watches have been issued for the region.

The National Weather Service forecasts temperatures could drop as low as -55° Fahrenheit overnight.

South Dakota producer, Amanda Radke spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about current weather conditions, some issues producers are seeing with their cattle, and things she has heard from producers in the region.

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