Tropical cyclone activity in the Atlantic basin during November was above average in terms of the number of named storms and hurricanes. Two hurricanes (Martin and Nicole) formed in the basin during November, and Lisa which developed in late October became a hurricane early in November. Based on a 30-year climatology (1991-2020), a tropical storm forms in November every one or two years. Although Martin did not affect land as a tropical cyclone, Nicole became a hurricane when it was affecting the northwestern Bahamas, and it became the first November hurricane to make landfall in Florida since Kate in 1985. Lisa also made landfall in Belize as a hurricane during the month of November. Overall, the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season featured near normal activity in terms of the number of named storms and hurricanes, but was slightly below average in terms of the number of major hurricanes. In 2022, fourteen named storms formed, of which eight became hurricanes, and two became major hurricanes - category 3 or higher on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. This compares to the long-term (1991-2020) averages of 14 named storms, 7 hurricanes, and 3 major hurricanes. In terms of Accumulated Cyclone Energy (ACE), which measures the strength and duration of tropical storms and hurricanes, activity in the basin in 2022 was slightly below average. The ACE for 2022 is 80 percent of the long-term (1991-2020) mean.