Yes, if your note has a 45 day look back - here is an example - all months have 30 days in this example.
Interest rate change is due January 1st and first payment at the new payment level is due February 1st.
So you have to have your notice sent by December 1st, 60 days prior to the February 1st payment at the new level.
Using your 45 day lookback in your note, you then set the new interest rate for the adjustment period on the SOFR index on November 16th, which is 45 days before January 1st, and that then gives you 14 days to get them the notice by December 1st..
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