Saturday, March 14, 2015

Saturday Morning Post



I want to introduce you all to one very popular young man here in Nova Scotia.
His name is Frankie MacDonald and he has made quite a good name for himself
by forecasting and reporting the weather for not only the Maritimes,
but also all over the world.

Frankie lives in Sydney and has been a weather reporter for at least three years now.
I love the passion he puts into his reports.
And the storm about to lambaste us here in Nova Scotia
tomorrow, has Frankie putting out his warnings to us all!

This has been one heck of a winter so far around here
and we are thankful for having Frankie around to keep us on our toes!
Thanks Frankie!

16 comments:

  1. looks like it is coming your way, batten down the hatches, stock up on food, for everyone, and keep listening to all weather reports. Frankie is not one to ignore, according to Mr Google, Frankie is right on the button.

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    1. Jean, who could and would ignore our Frankie!?? We are ready, if somewhat used to, these 'Sunday Storms' around here.
      Hope that cyclone missed you guys! Take care.

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  2. He's hilarious, I love it. Just one question though, will there be a lot of snow in Nova Scotia? Kidding. Stay safe you three.

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    1. I LOVE his enthusiasm, Craig! I worked with students 'on the spectrum' with autism and it was the best time in my teaching career.
      I think he gets his point across, wouldn't you say!? lol
      Nasty day again tomorrow.

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  3. Is he for real? Hope you don't get blown away or lost in snow. Glorious spring day here, though it is forecast to get a lot colder tomorrow.

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  4. Oh he's real, Frances! Frankie has autism (higher end on spectrum) and is making quite a name for himself.

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  5. Wow it's rare you hear the forecast so clear and accurately bravo young man.....autism or not good for you J

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    1. Frankie nails it every time, Lorraine!

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  6. Wow! Passion is right! If I lived there I'd be hiding in the basement with all the doors and windows boarded shut (and my cell phone and laptop charged) and a half gallon of Rocky Road in the freezer. Love it! Hope you guys are ready... !!

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    1. LOL Bobbi! You really listened to him!
      We are getting SO used to these weekly storms that it is 'old hat' now.
      But yes, we are ready for it.
      Check!

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  7. See? SEE? I told you Winter wasn't done with you yet. And what a great clip -- we need a weather forecaster like him here in Alberta too!

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    1. I KNEW I should have kept my BIG MOUTH shut all this week, Debra!! Should have listened to you, I know!
      I am sure Frankie has forecast BIG storms in every province.

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  8. I can tell - he really means it! Winter is having its way with you folks up there this year. Stay safe, stay warm, and like he says, 'stay away from the beach.'

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    1. Will do our best, Sharon! Actually we tried to go to the beach today and couldn't get into the parking lot....due to ice. Won't be going there for while I'm afraid.

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  9. He certainly puts his 'all' into the forecast. Sounds like you're about to be hit with a wallop. Stay safe and cozy.

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    1. He does, Pat. And It was another wallop, but we can handle it....now for the plow guy to get here.

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