USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey says a pattern of snow and cold could bring more wintry weather soon.
Summer heat and humidity can take a toll on cattle and humans.
In extremely hot weather it is normal for body temperatures to rise moderately above normal during the heat of the day and to cool off at night when environmental temperatures are less.
“Is the temperature and humidity going to kill these cattle this afternoon if we work them?”
Cold stress with cattle is often associated with below zero temperatures, especially in the Northern Plains.