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INDIANAPOLIS--It’s going to be a very cold start to the day for most of Indiana. The National Weather Service is leaving a wind chill advisory in place until noon today for most of the central and northeastern parts of the state.

Forecasters believe the wind chill could hit 20 below zero in some places.  That’s cold enough to cause frostbite to exposed skin in about 30 minutes.  

A Wind Chill Advisory means that cold air and the wind will combine to create low wind chills. Frostbite and hypothermia can occur if precautions are not taken. Make sure you wear a hat and gloves. 

Monday morning we wake up to temperatures below zero but skies stay mostly sunny.  

Highs Monday will stay in the upper teens close to 20 for the afternoon.  A few clouds will be possible later in the afternoon and evening.  

Temperatures warm up Tuesday with a high of almost 40 with rain likely Tuesday afternoon and evening. 

Right now, there is a 50{e7d922e47e34c22374416105a5e46a14ff533ce17ed8ca0dee5410286f8ee502} chance of rain and snow Wednesday with a high near 43.