SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - Western Massachusetts may have been spared the worst of the Nor'easter storm, but it's still a concern for morning travel.
The speed limit on the Mass Pike has been reduced to 40-MPH with no propane trucks or doubles allowed.
State Police in Springfield reported multiple spin-outs and accidents, especially Wednesday night.
Many town like Northampton and Holyoke have dispatched DPW crews to do some street sanding.
I-91 South heading into Connecticut is a concern. The Enfield Police Department told 22News they had snow covered roads as of 2:15AM Thursday.
Multiple flights have also been canceled out of Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, CT.
Brake early and often and leave more space between you and the car in front of you.
Keep in mind that bridges and highway overpasses are often the first to freeze because they are exposed to the elements.
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