This is a great thread idea, and I only just found it.
It's a little too late for predictions, though I'm pleased that west central Oregon had somewhat extended spring rains and now might be getting early fall rains -- unusual in the short time I've been out here, and welcome.
At least since the 2020 Labor Day fires, we're usually noticing how dry it is this time of year and hoping, even with no red-flags up, that no stray sparks cause trouble near us.
I wonder how much predictions might have verified anywhere this year, though.
For one of the latest examples (checks calendar -- yep, last Sunday in September):