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INDIANAPOLIS — A big change in the temperatures is coming to Indiana on Friday. 

Meteorologist Mike Koch with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis says temperatures will drop throughout the day. 

Most of the state will start out in the 60s and 70s early Friday afternoon, but rain and strong winds will roll through in the late afternoon and early evening hours. 

That will cause the temperatures to drop, and by 8 p.m., Koch says most of the state will be in the 50s.

“I’d bring a jacket or sweater with you in the morning because when you leave work, it’s going to be drastically different,” Koch said.

It doesn’t stop there, though. Koch says temperatures will continue to drop overnight, and by Saturday morning, most of the state will be in the 30s. 

Saturday’s high will be in the 50s. Koch says it’ll warm back up Sunday with temperatures back to the 60s, and even a little warmer by next Monday and Tuesday.

(PHOTO: Courtesy of the National Weather Service)