Tulsa, Okla. - The topsy-turvy weather continues in Tulsa with a record low of 34 degrees overnight, followed by sun and 70-degree highs today, and then a 90 percent chance of rain and thundershowers on Friday.
Last night's cold snap broke the old record low of 36 degrees for Tulsa, set more than a century ago in 1910.
Friday will be cool and dreary, but for those who are looking forward to outdoor activities during the weekend, there's good news.
News on 6 meteorologist Travis Meyer says Friday's rain won't be hanging around for very long.
"New storm system moving into the air, could give a quick little wave, could give us a few showers this evening, that'll be followed by a chance of rain and thunderstorms most of the day tomorrow, none of the storms are expected to be severe around here." Trav said. "That will be ending and then turning out to be a pretty nice weekend."