CHICAGO (CBS) — The Chicago Department of Transportation on Sunday dispatched 211 snow plows as more snow returned to the Chicago area.

The snow plows and salt spreaders will focus on handling snow on major streets and Lake Shore Drive.

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Streets and San warned that the snow could make for slick road conditions during the Monday morning commute.

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Snow yet again overspread the area Sunday evening.

Mostly light snow is expected, but it could come down in heavy bursts at times. Totals will amount to 2 to 3 inches northwest of the city, 1 to 2 inches in the city, and under an inch south of I-88.

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To view the city’s snow fleet in real time, go to www.chicagoshovels.org.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff