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I'd say weather-wise November is probably the worst month to visit Amsterdam. You can expect rain or drizzle almost at any and all times. Together with strong winds. Temperatures might not even be very low on paper (from 5ºC to 10ºC if you're lucky, but heck, right now it's 10ºC in the middle of August), but the chill factor from wind and rain makes it feel ...


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Living there (well, near there) plan on plenty rain, cool but not usually cold temperatures (nights in November MAY drop below freezing, but not much, daytime peaks can be 10-15C), and mild winds. So long trousers (or ditto skirts), and a light to medium (depending on how well you handle such temperatures) coat, plus an umbrella. No need for winter gear, ...


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It'll be cloudy, probably windy, with some rain every now and then. Sunset is around 16:30 to 17:00 depending on when in November, so it's dark early. Rain usually doesn't last long, it shouldn't stop you from cycling around. But the wind is always there so a good coat is helpful.


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According to wikipedia, in November, the average precipitation is 87.2mm. There are 13 days with ≥ 1 mm of precipitation, an average of 3 snow days, 61.7 mean monthly sunshine hours, and the humidity... 89%.


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You want to consult a proper weather map. I like Wetter3 and Wzkarten. For Wetter3, click on Standardkarten, then in the drop-down menu on "Niederschlagsumme". Then, with the arrows next to "Termin", scroll to the relevant time (indicated in UTC). You can change the area with "Gebiet" — note that the alternate GEFS output is listed as a separate option ...


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For the US, you can use the National Weather Service. Zoom in on the area of interest, select the desired time period with the "+/-12Hrs" buttons, and mouse over "12 hr. probability" next to "Probability of Precip." to get a color-coded map showing the predicted chance of rain. You can mouse over other entries of the table to see predictions for ...


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Regarding Himalayan National Park The climate is typically the Western Himalayan temperate and alpine type. There are four distinct seasons recognized for GHNP: spring (April-June), rainy/summer (July-September), autumn (October-November) and winter (December-March). During winter, the precipitation is in the form of snow even in lower elevation (1,560 m) ...


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For its limited express and Shinkansen(bullet trains), JR waits to announce official typhoon-related cancellations until the morning of the day that particular train runs. I expect it will not be different with the Beetle ferry - at best a cancellation may be announced the prior evening. Weather services in Japan often advise "transportation-related ...


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I looked at JR's English and Japanese-language web sites, but neither of them appears to have any weather alerts, nor even any section for weather information or cancellations. Your best bet for accurate information, then, is probably to call them (092-281-2315). That said, based on the weather prediction, I expect you're going to be cutting it very close. ...



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