Models are showing wide spread precipitation across the state starting Friday night lasting through Saturday and into early Sunday. From the start, northern portions of the state, LaProte, Fort Wayne, Crawfordsville, (north of the !-70 corridor, generally) will experience snow whereas southern areas (Seymour and Vincennes) are on the borderline of snow, freezing rain, and sleet. Thinckness increases overnight bringing the possibility of rain to the southern half of the state by Saturday afternoon. Northern districts are placed right in the borderline of rain and snow throughout Sunday, especially the northwestern section of the LaPorte district. The precipitation starts to move out of the state overnight into Sunday with a cold front dropping heights and changing rain into sleet and then snow. Cold air advection will cool the state down, so the possibility of freezing on road and bridge surfaces could be a factor for dangerous driving conditions Sunday.