Wednesday was one cool day for Wichita

Wednesday was so cool it was practically wearing trendy sunglasses in Wichita.

The daytime high of 72 broke the record for lowest high temperature on July 30, according to the National Weather Service. That was 73 in 1903, when Jack London’s “Call of the Wild” was published, Orville and Wilbur Wright invented the first airplane and the first World Series would be played later that fall.

Ironically, just two years ago, the high temperature on July 30 hit 111 – a record high for the date.