The last month of the autumn, November
, is also a wintry month in Yellowstone National Park
, with temperature in the range of an average high of 33.4°F (0.8°C) and an average low of 13.8°F (-10.1°C).
In Yellowstone National Park, the average high-temperature in November plummets from a chilly 47.8°F (8.8°C) in October
to a wintry 33.4°F (0.8°C). The average low-temperature, in Yellowstone National Park, is 13.8°F (-10.1°C).
In Yellowstone National Park, during November, the rain falls for 13.1 days and regularly aggregates up to 1.85" (47mm) of precipitation. In Yellowstone National Park, during the entire year, the rain falls for 151 days and collects up to 20.9" (530.8mm) of precipitation.
Months with snowfall in Yellowstone National Park are January
. In November, in Yellowstone National Park, it is snowing for 12.6 days. Throughout November, 30.9" (784.9mm) of snow is accumulated. Throughout the year, there are 91.4 snowfall days, and 193.7" (4920mm) of snow is accumulated.
In Yellowstone National Park, the average length of the day in November is 9h and 37min.
On the first day of the month, sunrise is at 8:00 am and sunset at 6:11 pm MDT. On the last day of November, in Yellowstone National Park, sunrise is at 7:37 am and sunset at 4:44 pm MST.Note
: On Sunday, November 6. 2022, at 2:00 am, Daylight Saving Time ends, and the time zone changes from MDT to MST. Daylight Saving Time starts again on Sunday, March
12. 2023, at 2:00 am; consequently, the time zone reverts from MST to MDT.
In Yellowstone National Park, the average sunshine in November is 5h.
In Yellowstone National Park, the average daily maximum UV index in November is 2. A UV Index of 2, and less, symbolizes a low health risk from exposure to the Sun's UV rays for the average person.Note
: The average daily UV index of 2 in November transform into the following instructions:
Extended sun exposure is not an issue for the majority. Children, infants, and fair-skinned individuals always need to be protected. The solar radiation is most powerful near the mid-day, so the exposure to the direct Sun should be reduced accordingly. A wide-brim hat offers excellent sun protection for the eyes, ears, face, and neck. Sunglasses with UVA and UVB protection significantly reduce eye damage from sun exposure. Tightly woven, loose-fitting clothes provide additional protection from the Sun. Caution! The reflection of snow can nearly double the intensity of the Sun's UV radiation.