It's hard to comprehend the official start to winter is just two weeks away as mild, sunny weather continues to spread its warmth across the Great Lakes.
Following an overnight low of 13 degrees today's temperature will rise to a sunny top of 22 degrees with a 20 per cent chance of a late shower along the coast, while further inland, the temperature will range from 9-23 degrees.
Saturday will be an almost carbon copy of Friday with a temperature range of 13-22 degrees and a mostly sunny day, while away from the coast the day will also be mostly sunny after a foggy start with a temperature range of 8-23 degrees.
Same same for Sunday with a range of 14-22 degrees along the coast and 9-23 further inland.
Warm, sunny days will continue well into next week with Tuesday reaching a summery top of 25 degrees across the Great Lakes.
Both temperatures and rainfall figures defy the May medium with the average day-time top of 22 degrees .8 degrees above.
This year 352.8mm of rain has fallen into the official Forster gauge over 53 days, while the average to May is 581.9mm over 43.4 days.