Chicago crews work hard to clear snow from area streets, roads

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CHICAGO -- Chicago officials are working hard to make sure Monday doesn't become a snow day.

210 plows hit the roads Saturday afternoon.

A fresh crew took over Sunday morning, with a fleet of about 290 trucks.

They are focused on Lake Shore Drive and other main arterial streets.

They will move to residential streets, once the snow stops falling.

You can track the plows in real time at ChicagoShovels.org.

City health officials are also urging people not to go outside Sunday, unless they have to.

And, everyone is being asked to check on elderly neighbors.

Anyone who needs a ride to a warming center should call 311.

Check Chicago Weather Center for latest weather alerts and conditions.