Tulsa, Okla. - Just when you thought Tulsa had put winter weather behind it, another powerful cold front will bring more, possibly record-setting cold to town on Thursday.
"That'll be happening on Thursday with temperatures in the 40's during the daytime hours, gusty north winds, and cold rain," says News on 6 meteorologist Travis Meyer. "And then we see some clearing possible by Friday morning. If that happens, we'll be right around freezing, which would be the latest freeze ever that Tulsa has had to endure."
Travis also says there will be a slight chance of thunderstorms late Wednesday night as the cold front first starts to move through Oklahoma.
Temperatures will rebound on Saturday and Sunday with high in the 70's.