Listening to the radio reporting on a 15 car pile up this morning on the I10 from Metairie.
There was water on an elevated portion of the road and the temperatures dropped to below freezing causing the massive traffic mishap.
Southeast Louisiana doesn't freeze very often, so they don't normally have any road salt or any way to spread sand, so you can imagine what it's like out there.
I come from northern Massachusettes and find this somewhat humorous. Not the accidents, but the fact that they cannot make the highways and biways safe in the event of ice.