Myrtle Beach Weather in November
Despite the chill, Myrtle Beach remains a popular tourist destination in November thanks to its golf courses, holiday festivities, and other things to do. Temperatures in Myrtle Beach in November vary between crisp 48°F lows and mild 67°F highs. Averaging only 3.3 inches of rain during the month, Myrtle Beach makes an ideal vacation choice for visitors in November, especially those booking golf trips.
Families from cooler climates find plenty of reasons to visit Myrtle Beach in November and enjoy sparse crowds and reduced hotel rates. Due to the cooler Myrtle Beach temps in November, most visitors avoid swimming in the Atlantic and won’t venture in without wearing a wetsuit. In November, you’re more likely to see a surfer riding the crest of a wave than a kiddo playing with a boogie board. Myrtle Beach hotels close their outdoor water amenities in November but indoor pools, waterparks, lazy rivers, and jacuzzis remain open for resort guests to enjoy.
Despite the somewhat chilly November weather in Myrtle Beach, the days can be warm, and families will still find plenty of entertainment options. The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk remains open all year, so families visiting in November can enjoy this seaside staple. The Alabama Theatre kicks off the holiday season in November with “The South’s Grandest Christmas Show.” After the show, stroll through shops at Barefoot Landing or grab a bite to eat at Murrells Inlet Marshwalk.
It’s important to note that hurricane season in Myrtle Beach runs from June 1 through November 30, although November hurricanes are rare. If you’re worried about a storm, contact your resort for information on their hurricane cancellation policy.