The warmest day last month was 57.2º on the 5th with very heavy rain coming down. The warmest overnight low of 47º came on the 4th with a wet system on approach. The coldest overnight low arrived the morning of the 19th when my thermometer reported 19.8º under clear skies. The coldest daytime high was 37.8º on the 29th under mixed precipitation. That was not a daily record cold high. Records broken for the month were all local daily records from my 21 years here. They were morning lows of 31º, 24.5º, 21º, and 19.8º on the 13th, 14th, 17th, and 19th of the month. None of these cold temps was close to challenging my all time November low of 13.8º back in 2010. The daily record cold high was not that chilly but it came early in the month on the 7th with a 42.9º mark. Overall November delivered seven days with subfreezing temps, one day under 20º, and five others in the 20s. Every day but one managed to get above 40º in the afternoon, and eight days made it to the 50s.
Precipitation ran close to normal with my number shy by less than an inch of my 21 year normal. 7.06 inches fell almost all of it as rain but a little wintry mix as well. There was no sticking snow at my house. Sticking snow was found as low as 500 feet above sea level. The wettest day came on the 5th with an all day deluge of 2.06 inches. That was one of two days exceeding an inch and seven days that exceeded 0.25 inch. All told 14 days with precipitation against nine sunny days. Nine sunny days in November is actually pretty damn good :)
It seems like we are headed towards another cooler than average month but one never knows what the weather will decide to do. I would expect some sticking snow down to sea level at some point in the next few weeks.