The trees clearly don't believe it's mid-November. Apple tree has several clusters of decent-sized, almost-ripe fruit, plus quite a few more that aren't going to make it.
And the pear tree, which never got past green blobs til this season, is trying very hard to attempt a second crop this season. The numerous (nearly a dozen?) green blobs from the second round are now starting to look like pears, and even if a few have fallen off, quite a few more still remain.
As much as we badly, badly need fall and winter to make an appearance and get us the rain we critically need, part of me is wondering if a second crop might survive. For the pears it's unlikely as they still need a few more months to mature with any sweetness, but the apples-- the apples might successful produce soon (!!).