From October to November, the average monthly temperature dropped as expected in all four observed cities due to seasonality. The average temperature dropped in New York City by eight degrees Celsius to 7C, in Raleigh by seven degrees to 10C, in Chicago by 10 degrees to 1C, and in Sacramento only by 2 degrees to 13C. Aside from Sacramento, November felt just a little colder than the two-year average in the observed cities. Comparing the past two-year average of November temperature to November 2013, the temperature was higher in Sacramento City by 2 degrees Celsius, as the West Coast experienced a warmer November than usual, whereas Chicago, Raleigh, and New York were below the two-year average in the same month by 3 degrees, 1 degree, and 1 degree respectively.
In November, Chicago was again the coldest among the four cities, but New York experienced the largest temperature fluctuations, moving from 19C in the beginning of the month to below -8C on November 24th. Data from AccuWeather showed the temperature was as cold as -11C on the 23rd and 24th of November in Chicago.