Snow caused traffic to come to a standstill for many on the roads in southern New England Friday morning.
Drivers everywhere were urged by state transportation officials to use caution as roads iced up on I-95 near Boxford and Topsfield, with cars sliding around even at slow speeds.
Friday's snowfall brought least four inches of snow for the South Coast. However, another storm heading for New England this weekend is expected to bring even more snow.
More than 1,000 crews were on the road by 8 a.m. to clear and treat state roadways, according to MassDOT.
There was a crash in Bourne involving a car and a snow plow that resulted in minor injuries, according to police.
More to come.