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Bermuda Public Forecast

Issued at 10:30 pm - Thursday, April 22, 2021
The next scheduled update will be issued at 5:30 am

Headline -

A largely fine night ahead.

Public Synopsis -

A weak cold front crosses the area tonight introducing cooler and less humid air. High pressure then builds in behind, heralding a fine end to the week and start of the weekend. During Sunday, the high begins to migrate east as another front approaches from the west. This will increase winds during the day on Sunday, with a few showers developing overnight into Monday.

Tonight -

  Mostly cloudy, chance of a shower or two...  Winds west-southwesterly light to moderate, soon veering northwesterly and increasing moderate...  Low near 18°C/64°F.

Friday -

  Sunny spells developing after a rather cloudy start...  Winds northwesterly moderate, gradually easing light to moderate by overnight period...  High near 19°C/67°F, low near 14°C/58°F. Clear sky UV Index forecast - 8 or very high.

Saturday -

  Mix of sun and cloud...  Winds northwesterly light to moderate, becoming variable light during afternoon, then settling south-southeasterly light to moderate late night...  High near 20°C/68°F, low near 17°C/62°F.

Sunday -

  Sunny periods, with a few showers developing overnight...  Winds south-southeasterly moderate, increasing southerly moderate to strong during the afternoon, then veering south-southwesterly overnight with higher gusts in showers...  High near 22°C/71°F, low near 19°C/67°F.

Monday -

  Mostly cloudy with occasional rain or showers, easing night...  Winds southwesterly moderate to strong, with stronger gusts in showers, veering northwesterly moderate later...  High near 22°C/72°F, low near 18°C/64°F.
Climate data recorded Wednesday, April 21, 2021, at the L.F.Wade International Airport -
Hours of sunshine: 0.4
Temperatures
Maximum: 20.9°C/69.6°F
Minimum: 16.3°C/61.3°F
Sea Surface: 20.4°C/68.7°F
Precipitation
Yesterday: 50.3mm/1.98"
April to date: 93.7mm/3.69"
Past 30 Days: 108.5mm/4.27"
Meteorologist: James Dodgson , Observer: Ashby Bradshaw