We're not seeing any rain in the forecast for the next week, so it would be a great idea to check on newer plantings and water a bit as needed until the rain returns later this month.
Also, the clear skies are ushering in temperatures down into the mid-30's, which is a major fall transition point in the landscape and garden. Houseplants or frost-tender plants should be moved back into the house for the winter or appropriately protected. Summer annuals are done for (whether they know it or not), and should be removed and replaced with fall/winter color like pansies.
And finally, your summer garden vegetables are also finished, and you should be cleaning up the garden and applying a mulch or a cover crop (crimson clover, field peas, etc.) to protect your soil through the winter. If you still have any intact tomatoes or peppers on the vine, you can bring them inside (with the stem still attached) to fully ripen.
If the fall transition and end of the main growing season makes you feel sad, remember that this is a great time to order seed catalogs - it's never to early to start dreaming about next year! It's also a great time to plant hardy trees and shrubs - We still have plenty of time for fall landscape projects!