November was a dull, wet month with near normal temperatures, according to meteorologist Geoff Monk of Laurieston Weather Centre.
Maximum temperatures over the period averaged 9.9C, very close to the long term mean.
Minimum readings for the month averaged 4.8C, also close to what would be expected for the last month of autumn.
Six air frosts and 14 ground frosts were recorded at Laurieston with the coldest night falling on the 27th, when the mercury dipped to -3.7C.
Highest temperature by day came on the 7th, when a balmy 13.5C was recorded.
Rainfall broke the average trend in an otherwise unexceptional month, totalling 271mm (11 inches).
Wettest day fell on the 13th when almost two inches (49.7mm) of rain fell.