Following a warm and sunny Thursday, the mercury is predicted to drop - slightly - today to another warm and sunny 28-29 degrees across the Great Lakes.
A cool change will see temperatures drop dramatically to a sunny range of 19-20 degrees on Saturday.
Temperatures will climb sightly on Sunday to a November average of 23 degrees along the coast and 21 degrees further inland.
A 34mm dump of rain on October 12 put the month's 75.6mm figures slightly above the 72.5mm average.
The highest rainfall for an October since Marine Rescue Forster Tuncurry began collecting figures in 1896 was in 2004 when 393mm tumbled into the rain gauge, while the driest was in 1977 when just two millimetres fell.
While in the year to October Forster Tuncurry experienced more rainy days (102) than the 81-day average, the 636.9mm is well down on the January to October 985.48mm long-term average.
Saturday, October 26 had both the warmest minimum and maximum temperature, with a range of 19-35.6 degrees, well above the 13.8-22.8 average.