This is what I expect for November and December temperature wise. Below normal temperatures will cover a large part of the U.S. mainly from the rockies eastward. The southeast will be in the core of the coldest anomalies(look similar to last year?). Below is the favored analogs I'm using.
Using the 5 high impact hurricane years combined with the state of the upper motion comparing them to the long term average areas roughly from the plains eastward experienced a cold November-December period. The forecast above is a blend of these analogs, the CFS(the reason I'm using the CFS because it matches the analogs and the current trends), and a few other climatic drivers. I anticipate blocking to temporarily develop for the first part of winter with height rises across Alaska. This is a favorable pattern to drive some pretty cold air into the southern and eastern U.S.