November is the last month of the wet season in the United States Virgin Islands with an average rainfall of 5.3" (135mm). The average temperatures drop slightly to register in the 75°F (23.9°C) to 87°F (30.6°C) range. The easterly trade winds are still weak, and the skies are partly cloudy. Tropical storms bring heavy rainfall and disturbances in the seawaters. Although the water temperatures are below 83°F (28.3°C), there is a shortage of tourists who wish to charter boats. Buck Island is a go-to spot for snorkeling and scuba diving, with the wet season on the wane. Expect plenty of sunshine during the day, even though it rains one day out of two. The barrier reef is full of tropical fish that wade in the clear waters, and the land is home to turtles and pelicans. Budget travelers find the second half of November easy on the wallet in the United States Virgin Islands.