Fall is definitely here. I only had one day this month with a surplus of power, and total production dropped under 100 kWh. On the bright side the panels still produced more than estimated, about 48% of my power use for the month.
Now that I'm into my second year I can start comparing year-over-year performance, though I should note that the numbers for November 2013 are start on 11/21. I'll probably exclude that from future versions of these charts.
The hourly numbers for this month show an interesting shift, with a noticeable trend toward late morning production. That's likely a result of whatever is causing this phenomenon.
Here's a look at the daily numbers:
The west-facing panels are clacking noticeably this month.
I ended up buying about $4.50 in electricity from Seattle City Light this month.