What are the winning Powerball numbers for Wednesday, February 22? There's a $403 million jackpot up for grabs and if you match all five white balls and the red Powerball you will be set for life.

Scroll down to see if you beat the odds and find out exactly how much money you will get after taxes if you are tonight's gigantic jackpot winner. If no one wins the jackpot it will continue to increase and could be worth as much as $550 million for the next drawing on Saturday, February 25.

Here are tonight's numbers

Powerball drawings take place at 10:59 p.m.

ET every Wednesday and Saturday. Tonight's drawing revealed the following winning numbers: 10, 61, 28, 13, 52 Powerball is 2

Whether someone wins or not tonight won't be confirmed for a few hours. It always takes some time to figure out where the winning ticket was sold — or if one was sold. Once officials find out if there was a winner, they will reveal the state and location that ticket was sold in.

How much cash will you take home?

If someone wins Wednesday night's $403 million Powerball jackpot, they won't get all of it. According to USA Mega, the lump sum cash payout for the February 22 Powerball jackpot is $243,900,000 before taxes. Expect to get approximately $182,925,000 after taxes — and that doesn't include the deduction for state taxes.

Powerball jackpot winners get payments spread over 30 years by way of an annuity. The first payment is made shortly after the winning ticket is sold. Expect to get approximately $10,075,000 per year after federal taxes if you choose this option.

Where to play

To play the Powerball lottery game, purchase a ticket at any lottery retailer in 44 states across the U.S.

for just $2. Tickets are also sold in Washington, D.C.; Puerto Rico; and the U.S. Virgin Islands. You can also pay an extra $1 for the PowerPlay feature — if you win a non-jackpot prize ($1 to $1 million), that prize will be doubled.

If you win the Powerball jackpot tonight, what's the first thing you will do with your money?