The Internet Rallies Behind Autistic Weather Fanatic To Help Make His Dream Come True
January 29, 2015
The CBC gave an autistic man, who is a locally renowned weather fanatic, a spot on their weather segment. Now, he's making international news.
At a young age, 30 year-old Frankie MacDonald fell in love with the weather. His dream has always been to become a weather man.
Frankie's enthusiasm for the weather has made him popular in his home town of Sydney, Nova Scotia, but now his amateur weather broadcasts are starting to become a viral sensation after a BuzzFeed post asked the internet to "Please give this man a TV weatherman job."
This is an example of one of his weather reports, which has over 400,000 views:
People around the world are rallying behind Frankie, trying to get him more publicity so that he can achieve his dream.
@TheEllenShow Pls check out Frankie MacDonald. He does YouTube weather reports from NS. I know you love a good laugh, so pls check him out.— Kathy S (@Jacknant) January 28, 2015
Keep up the great work, Frankie. The internet loves you.
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