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How is the weather in Charleston in November?

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The month of November is an excellent time to visit the historic city of Charleston as the weather remains fairly mild but with several fall-like days.  This month you might want to attend the Harvest Festival at Mullet Hall Equestrian Center or perhaps stop by the Charleston City Market.

Afternoon high temperatures early this month tend to be in low to mid 70s f (22-23C) with late night and early morning lows in the low 50s f (10-11C).  A few afternoons could rise into mid to upper 70s f (24-25C) or even on rare occasions reaching near 80f (26-27C).

As the month progresses, the afternoon highs will fall to mid-60s f (18-19C) range with early morning lows mostly in the mid-40s (6-7C) range with a couple of mornings dipping into the mid-30s f (1-2C).  On average, about one day this month will see a morning low of 32f (0C) or less.

About 18 days this month will be sunny or at least partly sunny skies and 12 days mostly cloudy. Rain will fall usually on 6 or 7 days, however, significant rainfalls of 0.5 inches (13mm) or more occurs only on 1 or 2 days this month.  Snowfall is unlikely this month in Charleston.


What to wear in Charleston during November?

Weather-wise, Charleston in November is mild but turning fall-like as the month progresses. You may need to pack some summer clothes for the warmer days; however, a couple of sweaters and a light or medium-weight jacket or coat will also be needed for the cooler days towards the end of this month.

While you are in Charleston, November is a good time to join one of our walking tours like the Historic Charleston tour or our Charleston Architecture tour.

About The Author

Fred Pickhardt

Fred is a marine meteorologist and sailed briefly with American Export Lines in the Far East trade. He has extensive experience in weather analysis, weather forecasting, and forensic weather event reconstructions. Fred founded Ocean Weather Services and currently provides forensic marine weather reports to the maritime industry.
Updated: September 26th, 2021
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