While day temperatures were normal, many nights were below normal, around 10°. The cold night air was extremely dry. The early morning dew point on the 1st was minus 3.6°, about 14° below normal.
My rain gauge registered seven rain days, but readings were moderate, the highest being 14.0 mm on the 30th. (The automatic gauge at the Museum remained down.)
Comparing November months
With a mean of 20.8°, this month was cool, but not as cool as several other November months. November 1999, at 19.4°, was the coolest. On the graph, November 2014 (25.4°) stands out as very much warmer.
The rainfall of 44.2 mm is at the 31st percentile: not high, but enough to prevent any shortages. This graph still includes November 2011, the wettest on record. At 242.9 mm, it beat a record of 226 mm that had stood for fifty years.
Data. A Bureau of Meteorology automatic rain gauge operates in the museum yard. From 17 March 2017, 9 am daily readings are published as Manilla Museum, Station 55312. These reports use that rainfall data when it is available. The gauge last reported on 24 September 2017.
All other data, including subsoil at 750 mm, are from 3 Monash Street, Manilla.