The combined levels of lakes Kickapoo and Arrowhead are now down to 21.5%.
If the drought does not improve, Wichita Falls city officials want to be ready to bring more water into the drinking supply.
Taylor Wiseman, who drowned in 2007, would have graduated last weekend and his parents remember his memory this week.
Lake Kemp levels are up a bit, but the lake still is in need of heavy rainfall.
One thing that could help to extend the water supply is adding Lake Kemp water back into the system, but for now that is not a possibility.
A Texoma pilot takes KFDX high above the lakes to show the latest levels.
It doesn't seem like we'll be getting any relief from this continuing drought, not any time soon at least. That's forcing Wichita Falls officials to prepare for the worst and find every drop of useable water that's available.
Farmers who depend on water in Lake Diversion to water their crops are worried they won't get enough to keep their crops alive. Lake Diversion is fed by Lake Kemp, which has fallen dramatically since last summer.