TULSA, Okla. None - While temperatures are way above normal for the start of the week, meteorologists say another significant cold snap could easily happen.
"It'll adjust again," said National Weather Service meteorologist Steve Piltz. "These patterns sometimes hold for a week or so and then adjust back to a cooler and more wet pattern before the next couple of weeks is out."
He said gardeners and the like should keep a close eye on the overnight forecasts for the next couple of weeks because tender vegetation could be vulnerable with the premature start of Spring.
"It's very likely that we'll see a light to moderate freeze, so some of the vegetation that's already coming out, it could be compromised if we get that cold snap. It's awfully early yet."
As warm as it is, it's nowhere near the record.
That was set in 1967 when we hit the low 90's, Piltz said.