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Weather in New Orleans in November

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This post is about the weather in November in New Orleans, including what to expect for temperatures, how much rain, what to wear and things to do. 


AVERAGE TEMPERATURES THROUGHOUT NOVEMBER

Early November normally sees the warm daytime high temperatures in the mid-70s F (24-25 C) with overnight or early morning lows in the comfortable upper 50s F (14-15C).

Some days will see the mercury rise up into the upper 70s F (25-26C) or even the lower 80s F (27C).   

As we approach the end of this month, afternoon high temperatures will more likely be in the mid to upper 60s F (about 20C).

Early morning lows near 50 F (about 10C) with a few mornings dipping down into the low to mid-40s F (about 6C). 

About once every few years temperatures can briefly dip to 32 F (0 C) or less.


SUN VS. RAIN

About 18 days this month will have sunny or at least partly sunny skies while the remaining 12 days will be mostly cloudy. 

About 7-8 days will likely have some rainfall with about 3 days having significant rainfalls of 1/2 inch (13mm) or more.


WHAT TO WEAR

The weather can range from summer-like to fall so best to dress for both.

It can be warm enough for short-sleeve shirts on the warmer days.

But, a sweater, windbreaker or light jacket will be needed on the cooler evenings and particularly towards the end of the month when evening temperatures can be quite chilly.


WHAT TO DO

This section lists our suggestions for the best things to do in New Orleans this month.

You can find more detail for free activities, family-friendly things to do, and evening entertainment on our full post for Things to Do in NOLA in November.

TIP: When you purchase a tourist attraction discount pass, you can save up to 55% on retail attraction prices.


Seasonal Weather Outlook - October to December 2022 New Orleans

There is a 76% chance for normal to above normal temperatures with near normal rainfall.


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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 5th, 2022
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