One lane closed after an accident on the A55 Eastbound between J32 (Holywell) and J33 A5119 Northop Road.
Lane two (of two) is closed because of damage to the central barrier and a lamppost
North Wales Police say they're at the scene of 'multiple' collisions on the A55 - with the number of crashes forcing them to close the eastbound carriageway.
Police are urging motorists in the area to drive safely, with snow, ice and hail making the roads slippery.
Following the collisions there have been long queues on the A55 in both directions, and road closures are in place between Junctions 4 and 5.
Two accidents on the A55 on Anglesey mean it is closed in both directions between J5 and J4.
Driving conditions are difficult following a recent hail shower
One lane is closed and there is slow traffic after an accident involving three vehicles on the A55 Eastbound before J33 (Northop).
There is congestion to J32 (Holywell).
The A55 is closed in both directions and there is stationary traffic after an accident involving two vehicles between J17 (Conwy Morfa) and J18 (Conwy / Llandudno Junction).
It is in the roadworks area.
Emergency services are at the scene of the collision in the tunnel. Only one tunnel is in use with a contraflow operating. That means A55 traffic has been halted in both directions just before the entrance of the tunnel on either side.
One lane is closed because of a broken down van on the A55 Rhuallt Hill Eastbound before J29 (Pant-y-dulath)
An accident on the A55 this morning on the westbound carriageway at Junction 33B near the Conwy Tunnel is causing long delays for motorists.
Emergency services are working to clear the carriageway as soon as possible but people are being urged to avoid the area.
One lane is still closed after yesterday's spillage of chemicals on the A55 Westbound between J23 (Llanddulas) and J22 (Old Colwyn).
There's heavy traffic on the route.
Strong winds on the A55 Britannia Bridge mean there's a 30 mph speed limit.