It may be spring, but Oklahoma City hit a record low temperature Tuesday.
The city’s new record for lowest temperature on April 15 was set when the thermometer dipped to 28 degrees Tuesday, the National Weather Service reported.
The old record for April 15 — 30 degrees — was set in 1928.
Temperatures rebounded during the day, climbing into the mid-60s. The projected high for Wednesday is 70 degrees, the Weather Service reported.