Cold damaged tomatoes - Fatal??

Hi, gardeners.
Last week I transplanted tomatoes. Shortly after that, the night temp dropped (to low to mid 40's, I believe) and several of the tranplants appear to have suffered cold damage.
My question: How can I determine if the damage is bad enough so that I should replace the plants?
Thanks, in advance, for help.
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Not to worry if temps didn't go down to freezing or below. Remember freezing is still 32 degrees F.
What are you calling cold damage? It might actually be sunburn.

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Cereus-validus wrote:

Thanks for the speedy reply.
The affected leaves have greyish, papery-looking splotchy areas, now -- a couple of days after the cold nights. Previously, immediately after the cold snap, I had noticed that some of edges of some leaves looked a bit darkish green and wilted.
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