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STATE WIDE--The extreme cold is coming to Indiana, with temperatures expected to fall into the 20s by Wednesday afternoon. You can expect to wake up Thursday morning with some of the coldest temperatures so far this winter.

“We’ve got a couple of cold night coming up. Tonight we expect temperatures to drop to near 10 degrees for most of central Indiana, into the single digits across the northwestern counties,” said Andrew White, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

No matter where you live in the state, you can expect single digits when you wake up Friday morning.

“Wind chills those nights are going to be below zero to minus 10 in some spots,” he said.

White said snow accumulation is now expected to be limited to the extreme southern portion of the state, near the Ohio River, and to near Lake Michigan, with lake effect snow.

White added that a wind advisory is in place for most of the day today, with winds gusting to near 40 mph. He said the coldest weather will likely arrive after the winds have died down.