And just in for all those all interested, a few weather facts for Edmonton. Now as we all know the weather can change in a minute but this should at least give you an idea of what we may all be facing. To honest I have never experienced anything colder than I did at the MLS Cup in 2016. I was frozen to the bone after that, the loss did not help either. Looking forward to this, bring it on.
Weather in November
The last month of the autumn, November, is another freezing cold month in Edmonton, Canada, with average temperature varying between -1.1°C (30°F) and -7.1°C (19.2°F).
In Edmonton, the average high-temperature plummets, from a frosty 8.5°C (47.3°F) in October, to a freezing cold -1.1°C (30°F). In November, the average low-temperature is -7.1°C (19.2°F).
In Edmonton, the average relative humidity is 84%.
In Edmonton, during November, the rain falls for 3.5 days and regularly aggregates up to 14mm (0.55") of precipitation. Throughout the year, in Edmonton, there are 108 rainfall days, and 338mm (13.31") of precipitation is accumulated.
Months with snowfall in Edmonton are January through June, September through December. November is the month with the most snowfall in Edmonton. Snow falls for 10.5 days and accumulates 90mm (3.54") of snow.
In November, the average length of the day is 8.6h.
The average sunshine in November is 4.8h.
In Edmonton, Canada, the average daily maximum UV index in November is 2. A UV Index value of 2, and less, symbolizes a low threat to health from unsafe exposure to the UV radiation for average individuals.
Note: In November, the average maximum UV index of 2 translate into the following recommendations:
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. Sun-protective clothing, a long-sleeved shirt and pants, a wide-brimmed hat, and UVA and UVB-blocking sunglasses are particularly helpful in blocking UV radiation's harmful effects. Beware! The strength of the UV rays is increased nearly double-fold by the reflection of the snow.