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Santiago Weather in November, Chile

Santiago Averages November


  • What is Average Temperature?
    The average high temperature and the average low temperature for that month, on a daily basis, divided by 2 equals the average temperature for that month


  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    High Temperature

  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    Low Temperature

  • What are Average Daily Sunshine Hours?
    Total sunshine hours for the month, divided by the number of days in the month. Sunshine hours are taken with a sunshine recorder, either a Campbell-Stokes recorder or an Eppley Pyreheliometer

    Sunshine Hours

    9 hours
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years

    Rainfall Days

    2 days
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years


    10 mm

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Santiago Daily Averages November


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1 Avg 16º 61º
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3 Avg 17º 63º
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6 Avg 16º 61º
7 Avg 15º 59º
8 Avg 16º 61º
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11 Avg 18º 64º
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14 Avg 18º 64º
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17 Avg 18º 64º
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20 Avg 18º 64º
21 Avg 19º 66º
22 Avg 18º 64º
23 Avg 18º 64º
24 Avg 19º 66º
25 Avg 18º 64º
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27 Avg 19º 66º
28 Avg 19º 66º
29 Avg 19º 66º
30 Avg 18º 64º
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What's the weather like in Santiago in November


Novembers in Santiago really start to warm up, though nights still stay mild.  The average monthly temperature in Santiago in November is 25°C.  During the daytime average temperatures stay pretty close to 25°C and slightly rise throughout the month.  Nighttime averages drop to 7°C and it has rarely fallen much below this.


Only trace amounts of rainfall occur in Santiago in November.  The average is less than 10mm on two days of measurable rain.  The chances of precipitation are only 3% in Santiago in November.

Sunshine Hours

Santiago gets an average of nine hours of sunshine in November, up from seven hours in October.  The chances of an overcast or mostly cloudy sky average only 22%, and by the end of the month there are 14 hours 11 minutes between sunrise and sunset.


The average relative humidity in Santiago continues to drop in November.  By the end of the month the humidity averages a dry 58%.


Average wind speeds continue to climb in Santiago in November, from 2.8 m/s in the beginning of November to 3.1 m/s by the end of November.  Wind directions are split evenly between east and west with small periods of southerly winds.

Sea Temperature

The surface temperature of the Pacific Ocean, 90 minutes west of Santiago, is a cold 14°C in November.  This may feel welcoming during a hot spell.

Dress Code

Most people in Santiago dress casually during November, wearing shorts, skirts, and t-shirts.  Nighttime temperatures mean that you'll also want to pack long pants and a light sweatshirt or jacket.  Chileans also dress to impress when they go out to the nightclubs and nicer restaurants in Santiago.  The Santiago 14-day forecast will give you a more accurate picture of expected weather for your trip.

Santiago Hotels in November

NOI Vitacura

NOI Vitacura is a sophisticated five-star contemporary hotel in upscale Las Condes.  The 87 modern rooms all feature hardwood floors, premium linens, and floor-to-ceiling windows with outstanding views.  Suites are also available, adding living rooms, dining areas, whirlpool tubs, and balconies.  Breakfast is included for all guests and is served in the attractive Fronterizo Restaurant.  This open-air restaurant serves outstanding international cuisine all day long.  On the rooftop you'll find an outdoor pool, patio, and bar.  Other amenities include a fitness center and day spa.  NOI Vitacura is near Costanera Center shopping and a number of fine restaurants.

Park Plaza

The Park Plaza is an intimate boutique hotel in Las Condes and is just what you're looking for in a romantic getaway.  This five-star hotel has a classic English-style feel with both standard rooms and suites available.  The hotel features a beautiful glass-enclosed terrace with bar, tables, and a swimming pool.  Hotel guests will be treated to a free breakfast buffet, and also have access to their fitness center, sauna, and business center.  A spa is also on-site offering massages and other treatments.  An award-winning restaurant, the elegant Park Lane Restaurant, serves European-inspired cuisine infused with Chilean flavors.  Park Plaza is within a few minutes of Costanera Center and the nearest metro station.

Best Western Premier Marina Las Condes

The chic Best Western Marina Las Condes offers surprisingly plush accommodations given its three-star classification.  This contemporary hotel is near Araucano Park and the Araucano Mall.  All 244 rooms feature modern accommodations with minibars, flatscreen TVs, and comfortable sitting areas.  Some rooms have excellent views of the Andes and suites offer separate living rooms.  The Best Western provides guests a complimentary breakfast buffet, a fitness center, and an indoor pool with patio seating.  The Best Western also offers a casual restaurant where guests can enjoy lunch & dinner on a sidewalk terrace.  The nearest metro station is a five-minute walk away.

Hotel Ismael

The four-star Hotel Ismael is an elegant lodging option near the popular Plaza de Armas.  Hotel Ismael features 43 chic rooms with contemporary accommodations, wooden accents, and walk-in showers.  Upgraded rooms also offer balconies overlooking the park.  Hotel staff take great pride in their property and the care of their guests.   Guests will be able to relax on the rooftop terrace with a small pool and great views of the city.  A complimentary breakfast is also provided for guests.  Hotel Ismael is in a perfect location surrounded by trendy bars, cafes, and restaurants.

Beaches in Santiago in November

Playa del Sol

Playa del Sol is a 3km beach in Viña del Mar and is the main stretch of sand in front of the city.  Playa del Sol is geared more towards the fun party types and gets quite crowded on the weekends.  It's a lot like Miami in this sense, and has outdoor gyms, bike paths, and large grassy areas with landscaping.  There is a long boardwalk with cafes, bars, and a number of international restaurants.  Despite all the crowds it's still a very clean beach.  This beach does have lifeguards but is also known for its dangerous riptides, so use caution.

Bars and Restaurants


Catae Restaurant is located in Las Condes at the Renaissance Santiago Hotel.  This award-winning restaurant has a wonderful atmosphere made up of colorful décor, wooden floors & trim, and contemporary tables.  Catae serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner made up of fresh Chilean ingredients.  Breakfasts include eggs benedict and waffles; lunch and dinners include salmon, grilled octopus, and steak with roasted vegetables.  Salads, desserts, and a number of vegetarian options are also available.  Catae features an expansive wine menu to go with your dinner.  Catae is open daily from 6:30AM to 3:30PM and from 7:30PM to 11PM.

La Fabbrica Jazz Club

La Fabbrica is a highly rated Italian restaurant in Santiago's La Reina neighborhood.  The atmosphere of this historic building is warm and cozy in an old-world style.  The thin-crust pizzas are some of the best in Santiago and are available in a wide variety of flavors.  La Fabbrica also features a selection of homemade pastas like gnocchi and spaghetti.  A large wine & beer menu is available to go along with your meal.  Anyone who appreciates jazz will also love this restaurant; they often have a jazz ensemble playing live music in the background.  La Fabbrica is open daily from 12:30PM to midnight.

Barrica 94

Santiago has some great late night restaurants, including Barrica 94.  This trendy restaurant is located in the popular Bellavista neighborhood and is known for its ambience and service.  Barrica 94 serves an outstanding selection of tapas and some of the best Pisco sours in Santiago.  The seafood is excellent, which includes shrimp pil pil, grilled octopus, and smoked salmon.  They also have charcuterie plates, pork ribs, and empanadas.  In addition to their Piscos, Barrica 94 also has one of the largest wine lists in Santiago, served by the glass or bottle.  Barrica 94 opens at noon Monday thru Saturday.  Closing times are 2AM Monday & Tuesday, 3AM Wednesday, and 4AM Thursday thru Saturday.

El Rey del Mariscal

Santiago's Central Market is home to some amazing produce, fresh cuts of beef, seafood, and dining options.  El Rey del Mariscal is by far the best seafood restaurant in the market and is also a great place to take kids.  Most other restaurants in the market are priced high but El Rey del Mariscal is priced fairly for what you get.  Everything on the menu is freshly caught and delivered from the fisherman of Valparaiso and Viña del Mar.  They serve giant king crab, plates of oysters, Parmesan scallops, and the Chilean version of fish & chips.  The cold draft beers are plentiful, as is the wine.  The staff are attentive and the ambience is very charming.

Things to do in Santiago in November

El Yeso Reservoir

Santiago gets much of its drinking water from El Yeso Reservoir, which doubles as a very popular year-round recreation area.  Visiting in spring will be perfect; snowmelt contributes to the bright turquoise water and the mountains above it are still capped in snow.  The reservoir is located in the Maipo Valley southeast of Santiago.  Activities at Yeso Reservoir include camping, fishing, kitesurfing, bird watching, and hiking.  The reservoir is also a great place for stargazing due to its remote location.  You will need to rent a car to get here; be careful approaching the lake as the road can be dangerous at times.

Cerro Santa Lucia

One of Santiago's more pleasurable parks, and a must-see for all visitors, is Cerro Santa Lucia.  This hill is dwarfed by the nearby Cerro San Cristobal but is just as beautiful.  Peaceful trails make their way to the top of the hill where you can enjoy outstanding views of Santiago.  The hilltop is often the site of many events during warmer months, such as concerts and other shows.  Nearby you'll find Castle Hidalgo, an early-19th century Spanish fortress that sits there to remind you of Santiago's military past.  It now serves as an events center and is open to the public.  A number of other monuments, gardens, and fountains are spread throughout the park.  One of the most elaborate fountains is the Neptune fountain, a large statue and terrace built into the side of the hill.

Santiago Churches

Santiago's long, Catholic heritage means it's full of beautiful, historic churches.  You're never far from one no matter where you are, and most of the older churches and cathedrals are located in central Santiago.  The most prominent is the Metropolitan Cathedral at Plaza de Armas.  This is Santiago's main cathedral and is the seat of the archdiocese.  There's also Iglesia de San Francisco.  This gorgeous church is not only the oldest church in Santiago but also the oldest building in Santiago.  It was built in 1613 and has been crippled by many earthquakes throughout the centuries but still stands.  Then there's Iglesia de Santo Domingo, an 18th century church with ornate neoclassical designs of the Dominican order.  This list just barely touches all of the unique churches found in this historic city. 

Former National Congress Building

The former National Congress building is a popular stop for tourists walking near Plaza de Armas.  This landmark neoclassical building was the home of the Chilean National Congress until the military coup in 1973, when it was moved to Valparaiso.  The building still houses government offices today and tourists are prohibited from entering.  With that said, there is still much to see here.  The building itself is an architectural marvel, and it is bordered on one side by gorgeous manicured gardens.  The gardens are now on the site of a tragic 1863 church fire and are the most admired feature of this building.