7-12 inches of snow predicted in KC by amateur Canadian weatherman Frankie MacDonald

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Frankie MacDonald loves weather, and the 30-year-old man with autism also effectively and enthusiastically warns people on YouTube about weather patterns he sees coming their way.

Frankie’s reports are appreciated worldwide.  He’s known for his loud warnings and explicit instructions, if not for constant accuracy.

In his most recent forecast for Missouri, Frankie MacDonald warns of a significant storm coming to Missouri on Saturday, Feb. 21.

He predicts Kansas City will get seven to 12 inches of snow (20-30 centimeters).  Watch his YouTube report to get the full report, but below are some excerpts:

“It’s going to be very bad roads. It’s going to be snow-covered roads, streets highways and interstate highways in the state of Missouri. It’s going to be ice-covered highways, interstate highways, streets, roads in the state of Missouri especially in St. Louis, Mo., as well. It’s going to be some sleet, ice pellets and freezing rain in the state of Missouri. It’s going to bring 20-30 centimeters of snow in Kansas City, Mo., as well. It’s going to be lots of blowing and driftin’ snow and ice pellets and freezin’ rain as well. People in Missouri, be prepared. Have your winter boots ready, winter jackets ready, hats, gloves, scarves, ski pants ready. Order your pizzas. Order your Chinese food. Buy cases of Pepsi. Buy cases of Coke. Do your grocery shopping. Don’t wait ’til the last minute.”

“When you drive the car take your time drive the car. Slow down so you don’t in a car accident. Drink lots of green tea, white tea, red tea, drink lots of green tea to keep you warm. Make sure your shovel’s ready….”

“Best luck to the people in Missouri…”

Click here for a previous report from Frankie from last February.


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