November Hilton Head Island Weather
While parts of the U.S. are being dusted with a blanket of snow, Hilton Head Island maintains relatively warm and dry weather during November.
Though the days are noticeably colder from the previous month, November is one of the driest times of the year on the Island. This provides for comfortable fall weather to explore Hilton Head’s many historical sites and tour nearby trails. Hurricane season has come and gone by November Rest assured knowing that whatever activities you are planning on Hilton Head in November, you will be met with decent weather and mild temperatures.
Nearly every day in November warms to over 60 degrees, and if you’re lucky you may even experience a day or two in the low 80s. However, the temperature is cooling rapidly and can fall anywhere from a low of 49 to 32 degrees a few nights during the month. Plan around the forecasted weather and pack a few layers along with a warm coat to make sure you’re dressed for the variety of weather Hilton Head Island offers in November.
A little less than 7 days of rain is not too shabby for this time of year. Rainfall for the month of November on Hilton Head Island follows a pattern of one in four years being drier, while another one in four is wetter. The temperature is cool enough to layer up for walks, yet dry enough to leave your rain boots at home.; perfect weather to take in another Lowcountry tradition – the oyster roast – during the cooler evenings.
Sunny and dry is the perfect description of Hilton Head Island in November. The sun’s warm rays shine for approximately 11 hours this month, with nearly 11 days of clear skies. The perfect mix of cooler temperatures and blue skies, November is a great time to plan a Thanksgiving getaway to Hilton Head with friends and family.
The weather may be drier in November, but it still remains humid at times, usually peaking around 86 percent in the mornings and dropping to 52 percent by late afternoon. Enjoy a cool morning walk on the beach and soak up the healing properties of the salt air.
Mostly cloudy w/ t-storms