The UAH anomaly for the lower troposphere for November was +0.19°C, which doesn't look impressive until you remember that their base period, 1981-2010, is quite recent.
(Really, is it too much to ask for the five major groups to get together and decide on, and use, a common base period? And for UAH and RSS to decide if their results warrant 2 significant figures (UAH, though they give 3 on Roy Spencer's blog) or 3 (RSS)? They're using the same raw data, after all, though with slightly different methodologies.)
In any case, this is still the warmest 5 years in the UAH record, though this isn't a statisically significant statement at the canonical level.