For some, the first significant snowfall of the season will start falling late tonight and stick around well in to Tuesday.
The National Weather Service in Indianapolis is predicting various amount of accumulating snow depending on where you live throughout the state.
In northern Indiana, Meteorologist Mike Ryan says you could see as much as six inches in place such as South Bend, Gary, and Fort Wayne.
Central Indiana won't see as much, around one-to-two-inches, with rain changing over to snow during rush hour.
Southern Indiana will see some snow as well, but not until closer to sunset.