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Bermuda Public Forecast

Issued at 11:30 am - Saturday, February 24, 2018
The next scheduled update will be issued at 4:30 pm

Headline -

Plenty of sunshine and a gentle breeze.

Public Synopsis -

A broad area of high pressure maintains fair conditions this weekend. Light winds become moderate from the northwest as a weak trough embedded in the high pressure passes overhead today. By Monday night a cold front begins advancing on Bermuda from the north. As is does, winds and clouds increase with showers expected Tuesday as the front passes south. More sunshine but cooler temperatures follow for Wednesday.

Today -

  Mix of sun and cloud...  Winds northwesterly light to moderate...  High near 22°C/72°F. Clear sky UV Index forecast - 6 or high.

Tonight -

  Partly cloudy...  Winds northwesterly light to moderate...  Low near 19°C/66°F.

Sunday -

  Mostly sunny...  Winds northwesterly light to moderate...  High near 22°C/72°F, low near 19°C/66°F. Clear sky UV Index forecast - 6 or high.

Monday -

  Sunny start, then increasingly cloudy through the night...  Winds northwesterly light to moderate, gradually backing westerly, then increasing moderate during the evening...  High near 22°C/72°F, low near 19°C/66°F.

Tuesday -

  Cloudy with a few showers, clearing during the evening...  Winds westerly moderate to strong, sharply veering northerly strong in the afternoon, then further veering northeasterly and easing moderate during the night...  High near 21°C/70°F, low near 16°C/61°F.

Wednesday -

  Sunny breaks...  Winds northeasterly moderate, easing light to moderate and veering easterly during the evening...  High near 19°C/66°F, low near 16°C/60°F.
Climate data recorded Friday, February 23, 2018, at the L.F.Wade International Airport -
Hours of sunshine: 3.4
Temperatures
Maximum: 22.5°C/72.5°F
Minimum: 19.2°C/66.6°F
Sea Surface: 21.5°C/70.7°F
Precipitation
Yesterday: 0.5mm/0.02"
February to date: 66.3mm/2.61"
Past 30 Days: 82.8mm/3.26"
Meteorologist: Jennifer Smith, Observer: Dana Masters