The calendar might say early November, but it's about to feel much more like winter time.
The entire state of Indiana is about to experience cold temperatures on Thursday night and Friday morning. Temperatures that we're not used to for this time of the year, says Meteorologist Marcus Bailey.
The type of precipitation you'll see will depend on where you live -- more snow in northern Indiana, a rain/snow mix in central Indiana, and more rain in southern Indiana.
The cold air on Thursday night and Friday morning will be just the first wave of up-and-down temperatures.
Bailey says it will warm back up this weekend, with highs back to normal in the mid-to-upper 40s. But we'll see another blast of arctic air to start next week with near-record low temperatures for Monday and Tuesday.