It's pretty iffy trying to envision what conditions will be like in November but, assuming low snow to begin with, here's a possible trip that offers options for escape should the weather turn foul: Head for Rae Lakes from Road's End in KCNP and then on past Charlotte Lake to Vidette Meadows, then on to Center Basin. From there, if the weather holds, you would have the option of going over Junction Pass and intersecting the Shepherd Pass trail at the Pothole and down to its TH or going over Forrester Pass and intersecting the Tyndall Creek trail. From there you could head east over Shepherd Pass and out. A shorter alternative exit would be to go out over Kearsarge Pass and exit at Onion Valley(I doubt bear canister regs would still be in effect and anyway there will likely be no one up there to enforce them). If conditions turn foul before Glen Pass, your could retreat the way you came. South of Glen Pass you could retreat down Bubbs Creek and be back at your starting point in 5-8 hours, depending on conditions, turn around point, and your pace. In either scenario you would be relatively sheltered from the worst of the weather.
Almost every other worthwhile route I could think of involves retreat over 12000' plus passes, not a good idea that time of year. Good luck and have a great time.