Frankie MacDonald is our favorite amateur meteorologist. He is from Nova Scotia and keeps an eye to the sky. When dangerous weather looms, Frankie gets us prepared.

In one of Frankie's trademark videos, he is warning us that a major winter storm is on its way for Wednesday, April 10 and it will bring 6 to 12 Inches of snow or more.

Frankie says: "It will be a lot of snow especially in Rapid City and Sioux Falls and it will bring dangerous and Treacherous driving conditions and streets, roads, highways and the interstate highways will be snow covered. Winds will be howling that will cause blowing snow and it will come from the northeast direction that will cause a lot of snow in Rapid City and Sioux Falls."

For more from our buddy Frankie, check out his video above.

Is Frankie correct in his prediction? He just might be.

The National Weather Service in Sioux Falls issued the following a Winter Storm Watch for Wednesday through Friday morning. They are calling for a winter storm that will impact the region from mid- to late-week.  They are calling for blizzard conditions possible with a total snow accumulation of 6 inches or more possible. Winds could gust as high as 45 mph for portions of central, east central, south central and southeast South Dakota.

Of course, Frankie added a little more style in his predictions.


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