(Cleveland)- A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from midnight Thursday through noon Wednesday. National Weather forecasters say the latest predicted temperatures for tonight look a degree or so warmer than earlier,  so the threat for ice accumulations has diminished some.  There still could be up to 0.10″ accumulations on trees and power lines, even with temperatures near the ground of 34 F so some power outages and fallen trees/limbs on roads are still expected.

Difficult travel conditions are possible. Bridges and overpasses are likely to be affected. Downed trees and power lines will cause some power outages and block roads. The hazardous conditions might impact the morning commute.

Winds of 10-15 mph overnight are still anticipated, mainly in the exposed higher elevations and passes with lower speeds elsewhere. Temperatures should go above 35 degrees after 11 AM with increasing rainfall throughout the day.

Forecasters advise after the rain ends late Wednesday, there could be refreezing of water on roads after midnight Wednesday night as temperatures drop into the upper 20s and lower 30s.  Slow down and use caution while traveling. Prepare for possible power outages.