JACKSONVILLE, Fla -- Rain will decrease in intensity through the night but expect a breezy, cool and damp evening. Additional rainfall should not be enough to aggravate the flooding situation but highways will be wet with some ponding of water possible so use caution while driving. Temperatures will be warmer Saturday with even a little sun at times but scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop through the day. There will be some locally heavy rain but the heavier rain should not stay over one area for an extended time which will keep rainfall amounts "in check". With the saturated ground, however, there still may be some short term urban and small stream flooding. Winds will continue to be gusty from the southeast as temperatures reach the 70s. Drier weather finally arrives Sunday with partly sunny skies and temperatures well into the 70s to near 80 degrees as the wind shifts to the west at 15-20 mph.