Powerball Mania has hit much of the US, even more so locally since Don Lawson of Lapeer won $337 million back in August. No one matched all the numbers for Saturday's drawing, so the jackpot is now up to $425 million. What are your odds to win? There are four things that are more likely to happen to you than winning the Powerball Jackpot.

#1.)  Hitting a Deer in Hawaii.  According to a 2011 study by State Farm, it's the state where you're least likely to do it.  Obviously you'd have to be there first, but the odds are about one in 6,000.

#2.)  Dying from a Bee Sting.  Your chances are about one in six million, and your chances of dying from a lightning strike are about one in three million.  But your chances of just being struck by lightning are a lot higher.  If you live to be 80, you have about a one in 10,000 chance of it happening at some point in your life, according to the National Weather Service.

#3.)  Getting Attacked by a Shark.  Your odds are about one in 11.5 million.  But the odds of dying for any reason at the beach are about one in two million.

#4.)  Making a Hole in One.  For an average amateur golfer, the odds are about one in 13,000, but if you're a terrible golfer like me, then obviously the odds are a lot worse.  Your chances of getting two back-to-back holes are about one in 156 million, which is still slightly better than your odds for winning the Powerball jackpot.