I agree with John Powers that comparison prints are very helpful.
Over my darkroom sink I have two bright lights and I can stand over a water tray half way between them and view working wet prints.
Accidentally once I put in a cool light on one side and a warm light on the other. Drove me crazy. The shadow of one hand was bluish and the shadow of the other hand was warm.
It was interesting in that I could walk closer to one light or the other and see the print either warmed or cooled.
Looking at prints under florescent is a whole nother beast. Prints suddenly become too contrasty and bright.
I keep one at the end of my darkroom though and turn it on to check some prints because stains show up better under florescent.