NCDC Releases November 2013 U.S. Climate Report
The average temperature for the contiguous United States during the autumn season (September–November) was 54.1°F, slightly above the 20th century average. The November temperature was 41.6°F and slightly below the 20th century average.
The total autumn precipitation averaged across the contiguous United States was 7.23 inches, 0.52 inch above average, marking the 34th wettest autumn on record. The November national precipitation total was 0.11 inch below average at 2.01 inches.
This monthly summary from NCDC is part of the suite of climate services NOAA provides to government, the business sector, academia, and the public to support informed decision making.