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Bermuda Public Forecast

Issued at 11:30 pm - Tuesday, February 21, 2017
The next scheduled update will be issued at 5:30 am
Small Craft Warning (Valid for  Tonight to Thursday morning)

Headline -

Breezy and cooler conditions persist overnight.

Public Synopsis -

Breezy and cooler conditions persist overnight as high pressure gradually builds in from the northwest. High pressure will hold mainly fair conditions through the remainder of the week with decreasing winds. A low pressure system then moves up from the south bringing rain, showers and strong winds Friday night through Saturday.

Tonight -

  Mostly cloudy with a possible light shower...  Winds northerly strong, decreasing moderate to strong by dawn...  Low near 13°C/56°F.

Wednesday -

  Mix of sun and cloud...  Winds northerly moderate to strong, backing northwesterly and decreasing moderate by evening, further decreasing light to moderate overnight...  High near 18°C/65°F, low near 14°C/57°F. Clear sky UV Index forecast - 5 or moderate.

Thursday -

  Sunny periods...  Winds northwesterly light to moderate, becoming light and variable during the morning, settling southeasterly light to moderate during the evening...  High near 19°C/66°F, low near 15°C/59°F.

Friday -

  Mostly cloudy with a few showers developing overnight...  Winds southeasterly light to moderate, gradually increasing moderate to strong during the evening...  High near 21°C/69°F, low near 17°C/62°F.

Saturday -

  Cloudy with periods of rain & showers, chance of thunder...  Winds southeasterly moderate to strong, increasing strong with gusts to gale force during the morning, veering southerly overnight...  High near 21°C/70°F, low near 19°C/66°F.
Climate data recorded Tuesday, February 21, 2017, at the L.F.Wade International Airport -
Hours of sunshine: 7.9
Temperatures
Maximum: 18°C/64.4°F
Minimum: 14.5°C/58.1°F
Sea Surface: 18.9°C/66°F
Precipitation
Yesterday: mm/TR"
February to date: 54.1mm/2.13"
Past 30 Days: 82.6mm/3.25"
Meteorologist: Fred Byrley, Observer: Ashby Bradshaw