I think you can expect rough weather in the Netherlands and Belgium as well as in Paris. But as they say, there is no bad weather, only inappropriate clothing.
I'm a little confused by your day trips for the cities you mention. There is more than enough to see and do in the cities themselves. We were in Brugge and Amsterdam in April 2013. We spent a week in each. Too long for some people, I know, but we're slow and we still didn't see all we wanted to see. It was not as rainy as we expected, but it was bitter cold early in the month - at least for this Tucson wuss.
We had a car and we did go to Haarlem for a day trip (from Zandvoort, not Amsterdam). We went to the Frans Hals Museum and Corrie Ten Boom's house and that was enough for us. We did not go to the Hague. We also did not go to Ghent or Brussels. Other things took priority for us. As always, your research on these places will help you decide where to stay and what to see, but I do think you might be stretching yourself too thin.
If I read your schedule properly, you are going to spend a total of 6-8 days total for both countries, meaning 7-9 nights, going on the typical formula of 3 days = 4 nights or 4 days = 5 nights. However, all these places are so close to each other that if you are an early riser or don't mind traveling at night, you could spend fewer nights and still get in your days.
Speaking of night, there will be shorter daylight hours in November, so you will have more darkness than you might expect. It won't matter in many indoor locations, but could make a difference for outdoor ones. See this link -- http://weatherspark.com/averages/28802/11/Amsterdam-Noord-Holland-The-Netherlands -- for weather and daylight hours for Amsterdam, and this one for Brussels -- http://weatherspark.com/averages/28603/11/Brussels-Zaventem-Flemish-Region-Belgium. Be sure to scan the whole page to see cloud cover, rain and other data that may be useful for you. I loved the graphs showing the changes in the weather as the month progresses.