Good morning, I'm kind of grasping at straws here, hoping that I'm not actually getting a flat, but I thought I'd throw this out there. I had to leave the office briefly this morning and as I went just a little ways, I noticed the low tire pressure warning light was on. Well I'm like "Oh crap, I'm getting a flat" because the last time I got that light, I did indeed have a flat and it was very noticeable. So I pull over, I didn't check any pressure but visibly inspected all 4 tires and no sign of a flat or even a low tire. So I go take care of my business, come out, still no flat, but the light is still on. I get back to the office, check my tires again, still no sign of a flat or even a low tire. So my question is, it's 32 degrees here this morning, so is it possible the cold air temp is giving me a "false positive" or do I probably just have wishful thinking?