After recent rounds of snow and ice, Leavenworth County residents had heavy rain to deal with over the weekend.

After recent rounds of snow and ice, Leavenworth County residents had heavy rain to deal with over the weekend.

The city of Leavenworth received 1.61 inches of rain from Friday night through Saturday, according to Kim Buchanan, deputy director of Leavenworth County Emergency Management.

The city of Lansing had 1.7 inches of rain and Basehor had 1.32 inches. The Leavenworth County Shop, which is located at 23690 187th St., received 1.13 inches of rain.

The heavy rain resulted in a flood warning being issued for Stranger Creek at Easton.

The creek swelled over the weekend, but it never reached its flood stage for the Easton area, according to the National Weather Service.

The creek crested Sunday morning at a depth of 16.47 feet. The creek reaches its flood stage in the Easton area at 17 feet.

By 9:15 a.m. Monday, the creek had dropped to a depth of 7.07 feet.

Buchanan said the swelling of Stranger Creek “busted up a lot of ice” that was in the creek.

In addition to rain, storms this weekend produced thunder and lightning, small hail and a wintry mix. There also was dense fog at times, according to Buchanan.

A wind advisory was issued Saturday for Leavenworth County. Buchanan said a storm that passed through the county produced wind gusts of 30-40 mph.

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