Hi Chelle -
Have you been dx with Raynaud's on top of the lupus? Do your fingers/toes get white/blue when you're cold and despite trying to warm them up, they just don't get warm easily? Are your feet, fingers, nose, ears constantly cold in cold temps? The tingling could be related to the Raynaud's Phenomenon or it could be something else.
Talk to your doctor about it. You might want to note how often/how long/where the tingling happens and if you were chilled in any way - that info will be helpful to your doc and to you.
Keep us posted!