Weather in the USVI in November

November offers the same warm and sunny weather the Virgin Islands are known for year round, though this is one of the rainier months, and the danger of tropical disturbances dissipates by the end of the month. This coincides with the end of the low tourist season and colder weather in the northern hemisphere and the holiday season begin to encourage vacations in warmer climates. St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands offers up these averages, but each island may have slight differences.

Typical Weather in November

Temperatures in the Virgin Islands during November generally vary between an average high during the day of 87.0 degrees and an average low at night of 76.0 degrees


The Virgin Islands in November: Key Facts
Monthly Averages
High Low Rainfall
No. of Days
with Rain
87.0° F 76.0° F N.A. 6.0

During the early morning hours of an average November day in the Virgin Islands, you can expect the temperature will be in the vicinity of 80.0 degrees. The temperature will rise over the course of the typical November day, reaching somewhere around 84.8 degrees by early afternoon. By early evening, temperatures in the Virgin Islands generally decline to around 78.3 degrees. For the month of November as a whole, temperatures in the Virgin Islands average around 81.8 degrees.


November Temperatures in The Virgin Islands by Time of Day
Early Morning Late Morning Early Afternoon Late Afternoon Early Evening Overall
80.0° F 84.7° F 84.8° F 81.6° F 78.3° F 81.8° F



During November, rain is most likely to occur around 11:00 PM , and least likely to occur around 11:00 AM . As shown below, if a thunderstorm occurs in November, it is most likely to occur around 8:00 AM .


November Rainfall in The Virgin Islands by Time of Day
  Percent Frequencies of Hourly Observations
Hour Rain
2:00 AM # #
5:00 AM # #
8:00 AM 3.5 % 0.7 %
11:00 AM 3.2 % 0.2 %
2:00 PM 4.4 % 0.4 %
5:00 PM 3.6 % 0.4 %
8:00 PM 4 % 0.4 %
11:00 PM 6 % 0 %
ALL 3.9 % 0.4 %


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