The weather in Ned is beginning to seem like a broken record. Each day is sunny and dry with occasionally some smoke. The rest of this week will also be quite mild for this time of year. Today we reached 72 F. That shatters the daily high temperature record of 65 F previously set on October 6, 2010 (which coincidentally was also a big La Nina year). In fact the all-time record high for October here in Ned is 74 F set on October 1, 2010. With temperatures expected to climb into the lower 70s F on Wednesday and Thursday, we can expect to break more record highs.
It will not be until later this weekend and early next week that temperatures will cool down to normal levels. Highs on Monday and Tuesday should only be in the 40s F with lows around 30 F.
There is still not much precipitation in the forecast. A strong cold front will pass through Sunday evening, and this could set off an isolated shower or two, but the medium range models are showing almost no precipitation for us through the third week of October.
Here is the forecast from Weather Underground: