Averages for New Orleans in NovemberNovember
is much cooler than previous months but is still rather mild.
The average temperature reaches around 21°C (that's about 70Â°F) during the day and dips down to around 13Â°C (about 55Â°F) at night.
Averages for New Orleans in November
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Daily averages for November
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Averages for New Orleans in NovemberNovember is much cooler than previous months but is still rather mild.
The average temperature reaches around 21°C (that's about 70°F) during the day and dips down to around 13°C (about 55°F) at night.
In November you can expect rain on 7 days, with the average monthly rainfall being around 97mm, and there is around 6 hours of average daily sunshine.
Though it is still fairly warm during the day, the mild evening temperatures and the chance of showers mean that you should bring a light jacket or waterproof mac on your trip with you.
Check the local weather report in order to see what the weather is doing around the time of your visit.
There are still plenty of things to see and do in November.
The French Market, which runs from Jackson Square to Barracks Street and has been in use since the 18th century. There is a huge variety of items on sale, from the practical to the bizarre, and a wide range of food.
You can visit the Old Ursuline Convent, which is the oldest building in the whole of Louisiana.
The Nuns that lived here were instrumental in helping the city thrive during its early days by providing education and medical care.
For those that like to be spooked, the famous Lafayette Cemetery contains the iconic above ground tombs that inspired Anne Rice to write 'Interview with the Vampire'.
The Big Easy Comedy Fest takes place around the middle of the month and involves a variety of performances by new and established stand up comedians, as well as sketch shows and reviews.
At the end of the month, don't miss the Celebration in the Oaks, where the trees in City Park are lit up with spectacular Christmas lights.