Last night: 4 5 15 31 35
You're right, #35 did come back, and did you also notice there were no twenty's drawn last night?
An old lottery saying is "Everything evens out over time" Numbers in the Twenty's were so very strong recently, that given the saying, if I had played FF5 yesterday, I would've stayed away from the Twenty's Number Group. (Not that I'd have won anything!)
There's something else that happened last night that doesn't happen very much with the five numbers drawn.
Three of them had the same last digit - #5. (5, 15 & 35)
If you look at FF5's drawing history, in the vast majority of drawings, you'll see mostly zero/no last digits being the same, or 2 two last digits are the same. I stay away from playing combo's that have three last digits that are the same number. (four last digits drawn having the same last digit happens very rarely, so I avoid playing combo's like that too) This happens because the number of combo's with three numbers being the same is very small and, the amount of combo's with four digits being the same is even smaller. (There are fewer opportunities for them to be drawn)
I feel your pain with regard to having a set of numbers that you could settle on and just play those numbers for a couple of weeks. There was once a bi-monthly lottery newspaper published in New York State called "Lotto News". When I lived in New York, I'd buy it because it had a set of 16 numbers for NY's 5/39 Pick5 game called Take5. The publishers recommended a set of 16 numbers for Take5 to be played for the next two weeks in a column that they called "Best Sets"
I used to actually play those Best Sets numbers, and sometimes they were great and I get a few three out of five matches and won maybe 20 bucks. Other times, their numbers stunk! So what I did was check to see (had I actually played some of their recommended numbers) how would I have done. For instance if I saw they had only two winning numbers in their set of 16, then I knew the most I could have won was a Free Ticket. If I saw they had three winning numbers in their set, then I knew I could have won a small prize. On just a few occasions did I ever see they had four winning numbers in their set. I never saw when they had all FIVE winning numbers in their set of 16. I do this every day for two weeks and check their recommended numbers against what was actually drawn. You could try the same thing... Pick out 16 FF5 numbers, write them down, and check them for two weeks against what was actually drawn. Doesnt cost you anything and you'd see if the set of 16 you chose was any good or not! G5