VIDEO: Snowflakes Spotted In Brevard County Overnight, Cooler Temperatures Remain Ahead This Week

By  //  January 2, 2018

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"..rare sight in Central Florida" says WFTV meteorologist Brian Shields

ABOVE VIDEO: Some Titusville and Mims residents caught a rare glimpse of snow flurries Monday night as cooler weather continues to bear down on Brevard County and Central Florida this week. (WFTV Video)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Some Titusville and Mims residents caught a rare glimpse of snow flurries Monday night as cooler weather continues to bear down on Brevard County and Central Florida this week.

Channel 9 certified meteorologist Brian Shields said Severe Weather Center 9 received several verified reports of snow mixing into rain.

“It’s a rare sight in Central Florida, but (it) does happen every few years,” Shields said. “We’ll see a chance of rain tonight and tomorrow. In that rain, we could once again get a few snowflakes mixing in.”

According to the National Weather Service, temperatures are expected to stay cool throughout this week with  high-temperatures only reaching into the mid-50s through Saturday. Low temperatures this week will get as low as 35-degrees on Wednesday.

Showers will remain likely, mainly after 1 a.m. tonight and during the day on Wednesday.

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