The Supreme Court hasn’t filed an opinion since the end of August, when it decided Camacho v. Superior Court (2023) 15 Cal.5th 354 (see here). It today announced that it won’t be filing any opinions on Monday.
If an opinion comes out a week from today (the next regular filing day after Monday), it will have been a 77-day gap between decisions.
The drought is common for this time of year. The gap was 80 days long in 2022. It happens because the court hears no arguments in July and August and it’s required to decide its pre-July calendar cases within 90 days.
We should see opinions soon, however, if not next Thursday, then not long afterward. The three cases argued in September are due to be decided by December 4.