It's been a few months, but our favorite weatherman, Frankie MacDonald, is back to warn North Dakotans of a powerful storm headed our way this weekend.

MacDonald believes that this Sunday, April 24th, much of North Dakota will see heavy winds and rain.

You can see MacDonald's full forecast above. We've also included a transcript, via his YouTube video description, below:

Powerful Storm is on its way for North Dakota on Sunday April 24, 2016 and it will bring 30+ mm of Rain and the Winds will be Very Strong Gusting to 70 km/h and it will bring Wind Driven Rain and Sideways Rain Especially in Bismarck North Dakota and Fargo North Dakota and the Winds will be Coming from the Northeast and it will also bring Sideways Rain and the Sewers will back up on the Streets and the Creeks and Rivers will Rise and if there is enough Cold Air the Rain will Change over to Snow in North Dakota on Sunday During Night time Hours and the Powerful Storm will also hit Bismarck, Fargo and Grand Forks North Dakota and Sunday will not be a Good Day to Do your Outdoor Activities and it will bring Stormy Conditions. People in North Dakota Be Prepared Have your Rubber Boots, Rain Coats and Rain Suits Ready. When you Go Outside Wear your Rain Gear, Rubber Boots and Rain Coats to Keep you Dry. Don't Open up your Umbrella or your Umbrella will be Broken. Order your Pizzas and Chinese Food and Buy Cases of Pepsi and Coke. Have your iPads, iPods, Cell Phones, Laptops and Tablets Charged and have your 3G and 4G Internet Ready. When you are Driving your Car Don't Drive Through the Puddles and Avoid the Puddles while you are Driving your Car. When you are Going for a walk Don't Walk Through the Puddles and Avoid the Puddles while you are Walking. It will Rain Sideways in North Dakota Especially in Bismarck, Grand Forks and Fargo and the Surrounding Areas. If you Have anybody living in North Dakota Be Prepared for the Powerful Storm on Sunday April 24, 2016. Take Care and Stay Safe and Don't Get Caught in the Powerful Storm Stay Dry and Be Safe.

For more of Frankie's forecasts, follow him on YouTube HERE.