Much above normal temperatures were widespread on an individual state basis:
- Record warmest: Delaware
- Second warmest: Wisconsin, New Jersey
- Third warmest: Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Iowa, and North Dakota
Precipitation was heavy in the Southeast, Mid Atlantic, and northern New England, but most of the country was drier than average in November. Nationally, it was the 18th driest November since 1895. Virginia had its second wettest November, and North and South Carolina had their sixth and ninth wettest Novembers, respectively. On the other hand, nine states had precipitation in the top ten driest Novembers, and 25 states in all were below average.
Images (click to enlarge): U.S. November average temperature since 1895, statewide temperature and precipitation ranks for November 2009; from National Climatic Data Center