For the 4th time in 5 days, we set another record high in Wichita Falls. Today's high of 89°F beat the 93 year old record high of 87°F set back in 1924. No more record highs will be challenged for the rest of the week as temperatures fall back below average. Upper 60s on Monday, upper 50s on Tuesday, and we may not get out of the 40s on Wednesday if it rains.
Clouds slowly increase tomorrow and Tuesday before rain chances return late Tuesday night. A few showers will be possible but the best chance of rain comes during the morning hours of Wednesday. Rain will taper off throughout the day but clouds could hang around. Temperatures rise back through the 60s late in the week.
Zach Holder, First Alert Meteorologist