Believe it or not, we hit a high temperature of 50° in Evansville earlier today. Since then however, it’s been all downhill - a passing cold front is already generating scattered rainfall, sleet and snow chances across the Tri-State and will continue to do so through at least midnight. Between now and then minor snowfall accumulations of up to an inch remain a possibility, especially for the areas south of Evansville. Regardless of whether or not you see snow or ice, travel conditions are expected to become increasingly slick overnight. The passing cold front is allowing a super-chilled arctic air mass to settle into the Tri-State; as temperatures quickly fall, any leftover moisture on our roadways, sidewalks or parking lots will quickly refreeze and leave us with an icy morning commute.