Kansas weather is known to change rapidly.
And area residents have experienced some of those changes in recent days.

Kansas weather is known to change rapidly.

And area residents have experienced some of those changes in recent days.

Temperatures reached the 80s Thursday and Friday in the Leavenworth area. But freeze warnings were issued for Leavenworth County over the weekend.

Four severe thunderstorm warnings were issued for different parts of Leavenworth County on Friday evening. The county also was under a tornado watch Friday.

A storm moved through the county that evening, producing rain and strong winds. There also were reports of dime-size hail, according to Kim Buchanan, deputy director of Leavenworth County Emergency Management.

No damage was reported to any structures.

“We had a couple of downed power lines,” Buchanan said.

At one point, rain was falling at a fast rate. But the heavy rain did not last very long. Buchanan said the storm produced less than one-half of an inch of rain in the county.

Freeze warnings were issued for early Sunday morning and early Monday morning. Snow also fell over the weekend. But Buchanan said the amount of snowfall was not measurable.

Highs for the remainder of the week will be in the 50s and 60s in the Leavenworth area, according to a forecast from the National Weather Service.

There is a chance of showers Friday night and Saturday.

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