TULSA - If you live in the Tulsa area, enjoy the Spring-like temperatures, they'll be a memory by later in the week.
The Storm Center is tracking frigid air and a decent chance for snow by later in the week.
KRMG checked with Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett, who told us the city has prepared well in advance and has all the supplies it needs.
"We've already talked about what to do. All the equipment's been checked out. We've made certain that we have plenty of fuel available, that we have all of our 4-wheel drive vehicles ready to be utilized. Everything's ready," he said.
The mayor added that "we have over 13,000 tons of salt since we have had a few winters now that have been pretty easy."
They've even drilled, to make sure all the agencies involved in a response know what to expect.
"We had a trial run a few weeks ago out at the police academy to get all the different people involved -- everything from EMSA to the State Highway Department to Red Cross -- everybody got involved and had a practice run through."
He said everyone knows who to call, has the phone numbers they need, and knows what the expectations are and how to respond.
"Hopefully we won't have any snow," he added, "but if there is, we'll be there."
Check out the KRMG Winter Weather Preparedness Guide for tips on having your home, vehicle, and family prepared for the possibility of snow and ice.