November weather forecast
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Weather in November

November in Australia serves as the prelude to summer, characterized by rising temperatures, increasing humidity, and the advent of seasonal phenomena in various regions.

The central territories of Australia experience an escalation in warmth, as temperatures edge closer to summer peaks. Days grow longer, heralding the dominance of sunlight over vast stretches of deserts and plains. Nighttime temperatures are relatively milder but are no longer touched by the chill of yesteryears.

The Northern Territory, steeped in its transition phase, witnesses the onset of the wet season. The tropics, especially the extreme northeast, brace themselves for heavy showers and thunderstorms. The landscape, responding to the increased humidity and rainfall, flourishes with vigor, painting scenes reminiscent of a rainforest.

Queensland's coastal regions become the epicenter of the state's humidity. Frequent rain showers, sometimes sporadic, and at other times, prolonged, mark the climatic patterns. The western expanses maintain their warmth, although occasional cloud cover offers respite from the otherwise unrelenting sun.

Western Australia, particularly its vast interior, gradually prepares for the arid conditions that define its summer. The rainfall becomes scarcer, giving way to clear, blue skies. The coastal regions continue their affair with humidity but are now more prone to sudden and brief rain showers.

New South Wales experiences a confluence of spring's gentleness and summer's vigor. Beaches start to fill up as coastal temperatures become perfect for ocean activities. The eastern highlands, bereft of winter's chill, are alive with the buzzing of insects and the chirping of birds.

South Australia's heartlands remain predominantly dry, while the southern coasts, under the Mediterranean influence, might see some scattered rainfall. The general warmth becomes more pronounced, with temperatures often rising substantially during the day. Tasmania, with its temperate disposition, basks in mild warmth, with its landscapes continuing to dazzle visitors with floral extravagance.

Victoria's transition is more pronounced in November. While the Victorian Alps have shed their winter persona completely, the northern parts start feeling the weight of impending summer temperatures. Rain showers, when they do occur, are brief but revitalizing.

  • Sydney - November »
    In Sydney in November, it is raining for 11.7 days, with typically 84mm (3.31") of accumulated precipitation. On the last day of November, in Sydney, sunrise is at 5:37 am and sunset at 7:50 pm AEDT.
  • Melbourne - November »
    In Melbourne during November, the rain falls for 13.5 days and regularly aggregates up to 43mm (1.69") of precipitation. November serves as a delightful precursor to Melbourne's sunny summer, offering the perfect balance between Spring's mild weather and Summer's warm anticipation.
  • Brisbane - November »
    In Brisbane the average seawater temperature in November is 24°C (75.2°F). In November, the average sea temperature in Brisbane is 24°C (75.2°F).
  • Perth - November »
    In Perth in November, it is raining for 6.3 days, with typically 24mm (0.94") of accumulated precipitation. In Perth, during November, the rain falls for 6.3 days and regularly aggregates up to 24mm (0.94") of precipitation.
  • Adelaide - November »
    November, the last month of the spring in Adelaide, is a pleasant month, with temperature in the range of an average low of 13.8°C (56.8°F) and an average high of 21.9°C (71.4°F). In Adelaide in November, the average water temperature is 17°C (62.6°F).
  • Canberra - November »
    In Canberra in November, it is raining for 12.5 days, with typically 43mm (1.69") of accumulated precipitation. As it brings warmer days, November in Canberra, Australia is the definitive precursor to summer.
  • Gold Coast - November »
    In Gold Coast, Australia, in November, the average water temperature is 24.4°C (75.9°F). November has the most sunshine of the year in Gold Coast with an average of 10.8h of sunshine.
  • Newcastle - November »
    November and December, with an average of 9.8h of sunshine, are months with the most sunshine in Newcastle, Australia. November in Newcastle comes with a further increase in temperatures and humidity levels, indicating the arrival of summer's hotter days.
  • Hobart - November »
    The months with the most rainfall in Hobart, Australia, are August and November, with an average 38mm (1.5") of precipitation. On the last day of November, in Hobart, sunrise is at 5:27 am and sunset at 8:31 pm AEDT.
  • Darwin - November »
    In Darwin, during November, the rain falls for 22.9 days and regularly aggregates up to 92mm (3.62") of precipitation. In Darwin the average relative humidity in November is 68%.
  • Cairns - November »
    The months with the most sunshine in Cairns are October and November, with an average of 10.8h of sunshine. The months with the highest UV index in Cairns are January, February and November, with an average maximum UV index of 7.
  • Geelong - November »
    On the last day of November, in Geelong, sunrise is at 5:53 am and sunset at 8:29 pm AEDT. In Geelong, during November, the rain falls for 13.7 days and regularly aggregates up to 39mm (1.54") of precipitation.
Updated: May 24, 2024 | Published by: Weather Atlas | Resources

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