Iowans, Outside Workers, Preparing for Dangerously Low Temperatures
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Those cold temperatures are causing many people to rush to stores to make sure their cars are prepped, their fridges are stocked, and their bodies are bundled up. “You know the minus 40, 50, 60 [degrees], you don't see that very often and obviously you don't want to be outside any longer than you have to,” Frank Marcovis, G&L Clothing co-owner said. In his 19 years running G&L Clothing, he says he's never seen a wind chill quite this bad.