The National Weather Service in Sioux Falls is forecasting a possible winter storm for the Sioux Falls region this weekend. And our Canadian friend and amateur meteorologist Frankie MacDonald has posted one of his signature weather warning videos.

Frankie says: "Major Winter Storm is on its way for South Dakota on Sunday December 29, 2019 and it will bring 6 to 12 Inches of Snow or More Especially in Sioux Falls and the Surrounding Communities and Rapid City South Dakota and it will be a lot of Snow and the Winds will be Very Strong that will Cause Blowing and Drifting Snow and it will Bring Dangerous and Treacherous Driving Conditions in South Dakota and Streets, Roads, Highways and Interstate Highways will be Snow Covered and it will bring a ton of Snow with Blowing and Drifting Snow and the Cold air is coming from Canada and Warm air is coming from South that will Cause a Major Winter Storm for South Dakota on Sunday December 29, 2019. People in South Dakota Be Prepared Have your Winter Boots, Winter Jackets, Hats, Gloves, Scarfs and Ski Pants Ready. Order your Pizzas and Chinese Food and Buy Cases of Pepsi and Coke. Do your Grocery Shopping Don't Wait until the Last Minute Do it Right Now. Have your Samsung Galaxys, Samsung Galaxy Smartphones, Samsung Galaxy Tablets, Smartphones, Cell Phones, Laptops and Tablets Charged and Have your 3G, 4G, 5G and LTE Internet Ready. When you are Driving your Car Take your Time Driving your Car and Slow Down so you Don't Get in the Car Accident. When you are Walking Be Very Careful while you are Walking so you Don't Slip and Fall. Have your Furnaces Ready and Turn on the Furnaces to Keep the House Warm. Drink Lots of Green Tea, White Tea, Red Tea and Drink Lots of Green Tea to Keep you Warm. Have your Extra Blankets Ready to Keep you Warm. Have your Shovels, Hefts, Snow Scoops, Snow Blowers, Snow Plows and Salt Trucks Ready. If you Have anybody Living in South Dakota Be Prepared for the Major Winter Storm on Sunday December 29, 2019. Take Care and Stay Safe and Don't Get Caught in the Massive Blizzard Stay Warm and Be Safe."

NWS Sioux Falls