By CBS13 Staff

LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) — Though conditions cleared up a bit Monday morning, chain controls were back in effect for I-80 and remained in place for Highway 50 Monday afternoon as more wintry weather rolled through the region.

At 4 p.m., Caltrans said maximum chains must be in the possession of all truck drivers traveling through the region. For Highway 50, all vehicles must have chains on tires from Twin Bridges to Meyers.

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10:14 a.m. Update:

According to Caltrans, all chain controls on I-80 have been dropped.

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9:50 a.m. Update:

According to Caltrans, chain controls for travelers heading eastbound on I-80 have been dropped.

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Original Story:

Chain controls are in effect on portions of Interstate 80 and Highway 50, said CHP Truckee.

On I-80, they are in effect from Kingvale to Donner Lake Road in both directions.

On Highway 50, they are in effect from Meyers to Twin Bridges.

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