The weekend's winter storm resulted in an additional two to four inches of snow in Leavenworth County, an emergency management official said.

The weekend's winter storm resulted in an additional two to four inches of snow in Leavenworth County, an emergency management official said.

Kim Buchanan, deputy director of Leavenworth County Emergency Management, said it was hard to gauge exactly how much snow fell Saturday night and Sunday morning. That is because winds caused snow to blow during the storm. But Buchanan believes two to four inches of snow fell in the county.

Leavenworth County was under a winter weather advisory during the storm, according to the National Weather Service.

In the wake of the snow storm, residents in Leavenworth County have experienced frigid temperatures.

Temperatures dropped below zero Sunday night. And Leavenworth County was under a wind chill advisory Monday morning.

Temperatures should rise during the week. The high temperature Saturday is expected to be near 50 degrees in Leavenworth, according to a forecast from the National Weather Service.

There is a chance of snow Wednesday night and Thursday morning. And there is a chance of rain and snow Friday night and Saturday.

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