The Leavenworth area was hit with another snow storm Friday.

The Leavenworth area was hit with another snow storm Friday.

The snowfall began Friday morning. And by 1:15 p.m., an average of three inches was measured in Leavenworth, according to Kim Buchanan, deputy director of Leavenworth County Emergency Management.

Leavenworth County was under a winter weather advisory Friday.

Ahead of the snow storm, officials in many of the area school districts had announced that classes were canceled for Friday.

Before the snow started falling Friday morning, crews with the city of Leavenworth were pretreating roads. And crews had been put on 12-hour shifts in anticipation of the storm, according to Leavenworth Public Works Director Mike McDonald.

Leavenworth Police Chief Pat Kitchens said a number vehicle slide-offs were reported in the city after the snow started falling.

At about noon, the Leavenworth Police Department initiated a walk-in reporting policy for car accidents. In cases in which no one was injured and vehicles were not disabled, drivers were asked to exchange information but wait to report the accidents to police.

Because of the snow, officials at the Leavenworth County Transfer Station are planning to open the station at 10 a.m. Saturday, which is two hours later than the normal opening time, according to a message posted on the county’s Facebook page.

Local residents may see more snow Saturday.

According to the National Weather Service, snow showers are likely Saturday afternoon in Leavenworth. And snow showers and freezing rain are likely Saturday night.

There also is a chance for more snow Tuesday.

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