Florida is getting ready for another cold blast and chilly rain.

Residents in the central part of the state reported seeing snow flurries and sleet early Saturday morning. Forecasters with the National Weather Service in Melbourne say sleet was reported in Brevard and Volusia counties, along with a mixture of rain. Naples had a few snow flurries.

Bob Wimmer called it an "unusual weather event." Temperatures will reach the mid 40s Saturday, with the wind chill making it feel like the lower 30s.

Wimmer says cloudy skies will continue to bring in the cold.

Further south, the forecast called for rain with temperatures in the afternoon in the 50s and mid 30s in the night.