A storm that passed through Leavenworth County Monday morning did not produce a significant amount of rain. But there is a chance for severe storms today, an emergency management official said.

A storm that passed through Leavenworth County Monday morning did not produce a significant amount of rain. But there is a chance for severe storms today, an emergency management official said.

Chuck Magaha, director of Leavenworth County Emergency Management, referred to Monday morning’s storm as “just a pass-through storm.”

He said there is a chance for storms this afternoon and tonight. And there is the potential threat of large hail or damaging winds.

According to a National Weather Service forecast for Leavenworth, there will be a 60 percent chance of precipitation during the daytime hours and a 70 percent chance tonight.

The depth of the Missouri River continued to decrease Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

After rising to a depth of 16.4 feet last week, the river was at 12.23 feet at 3 p.m. Monday in the Leavenworth area.

Last week’s rise in the river was the result of heavy rainfall upstream.