BOSTON (CBS) – Driving has been treacherous across the region.

State Police say there have been numerous spinouts and stuck tractor trailers. But no serious injuries have been reported.

Check: Traffic Updates

Here is their latest regional update as of 8:45 p.m.:

Northeastern Massachusetts: Roads are wet with pockets of standing water. No major incidents to report.

Metropolitan Boston: Major roadways are down to bare pavement. Secondary roads are covered with slush. Light rain continues to fall.

Southeastern Massachusetts: Light rain is falling and traffic volume is light.

Central Massachusetts: Barracks still responding to numerous spinouts and minor crashes, especially along Routes 290, 395, 84 and 20.

Western Massachusetts: Roads are wet, snowy, and icy.

Massachusetts Turnpike: Speed limit reduced to 40 mph entire length of turnpike. Road closed to tandems and propane tankers from Interchange 1 to Interchange 11. Troopers have responded to numerous disabled vehicles inside the Sumner Tunnel. The tunnel is now clear.

Comments (2)
  1. April says:

    495 & 290 were AWFUL. Roads in Worcester are terrible, too.

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