Be very careful out there everybody: freezing rain and black ice have led to multiple car accidents around the city and tri-state area. Accidents at several major bridges, including the Grand Central Parkway in Queens and the New England Thruway in The Bronx, have caused partial closures and massive delays. The National Weather Service has placed the city under a freezing rain advisory until at least 11 a.m.

Here's a listing of all the closures and major delays right now:

There have also been numerous car accidents reported on the Palisades Parkway, the New Jersey Turnpike, the Bruckner Expressway, the Cross Bronx Expressway, and the Taconic Parkway. At least a dozen cars were involved in a crash on the Cross County Parkway. Judging by all the red lines below, Westchester is looking particularly messy this morning.

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via Google Maps

ABC adds:

There have also been road closures on parts of the Saw Mill Parkway, Cross Bronx Expressway, and Palisades Parkway due to the slick conditions.

The New York State Police say the New York State Thruway is closed southbound from Newburgh to the New York City line.

The Goethals Bridge, Bayonne Bridge, and Outer Bridge, are closed in both directions.

Here are more reports and photos from around the area:

A morning twist for the Q47 at 25ave &80 street #q47

A photo posted by Fares (Freddy) (@kingoffalafel) on

And we have a possible name for today's chaos: