Bostonians endured a wet end to November, with more than three times as much rain in the second half of the month as in the first.
Town weather expert Albert Kirkham recorded 17.5mm (o.69in) of rainfall with 37.6 hours of sunshine in the first 15 days of the month.
The second 15 had 61.3mm (2.41in) rain and 32.1 hours of sunshine.
There were 21 days of measurable rain with 78.8mm (3.1in) falling in total - above the average of 54.5mm (2.15in). The wettest day was the 24th, which saw 21mm (0.83in) fall.
There were nine sunless days and 17 ground frosts as well as two days of fog.
Temperatures were changeable but about the average, with a mean maximum of 9.4c and mean minimum of 3.9c.
The mercury reached a high of 13.9c on the 13th and 14th but dipped to a low of -2.2c on the 30th.
There were 69.7 hours of sunshine against the average of 74.5 hours.