Areas of Leavenworth County received between three and four inches of rain Saturday and early Sunday morning, according to the assistant director of Leavenworth County Emergency Management.

Areas of Leavenworth County received between three and four inches of rain Saturday and early Sunday morning, according to the assistant director of Leavenworth County Emergency Management.

Kim Buchanan said the heaviest rainfall was reported across central and southern Leavenworth County.

Buchanan said the rainfall caused ponding on some roadways.

There was a report of a tree that fell in the area of Kansas 32 Highway and Cantrell Road. Buchanan said it is believed that the rain-soaked ground, and not wind, caused the tree to topple.

Stranger Creek, which is prone to flooding, did not flood over the weekend. But the creek reached what is known as its action stage Sunday near Tonganoxie, according to the National Weather Service.