Bermuda Marine Forecast
This forecast covers an area out to 25 nautical miles from the coastline
Issued at 11:30 pm - Friday, October 24, 2014
The next scheduled update will be issued at 5:30 am
Marine Synopsis - Seas become moderate early Saturday morning while settled conditions remain into Saturday afternoon. A low pressure center will approach to our south Saturday evening, with periods of rain and showers, heavy at times, with a chance for thunder, mainly to the south. The low remains into Sunday afternoon, then high pressure begins to build across the area.
Winds west-southwesterly 10 to 15 knots, decreasing 8 to 12 knots towards dawn...
Seas inside the reef 1 to 2 ft... Outside the reef 5 to 9 ft...
Sunset: 6:36 pm.
Winds southwesterly 8 to 12 knots, decreasing 5 to 10 knots by the afternoon, veering north-northeasterly by the evening, increasing 10 to 15 knots overnight...
Scattered to widespread rain and showers arriving by evening, mainly to the south, with a chance of thunder and fair to poor visibility... Seas inside the reef 1 to 2 ft... Outside the reef 5 to 8 ft...
Sunrise: 7:30 am; Sunset: 6:35 pm.
Winds northerly 10 to 15 knots, with stronger gusts around showers, backing west-northwesterly 12 to 18 knots by evening...
Widespread rain and showers, mainly to the south through east, with a chance of thunder and fair to poor visibility, becoming isolated showers by evening... Seas inside the reef 1 to 2 ft... Outside the reef 4 to 7 ft...
Sunrise: 7:31 am; Sunset: 6:34 pm.
Winds northwesterly 12 to 18 knots, veering north-northwesterly 10 to 15 knots overnight...
Seas inside the reef 1 to 2 ft... Outside the reef 4 to 7 ft...
Sunrise: 7:31 am; Sunset: 6:33 pm.
Winds northerly 10 to 15 knots, veering northeasterly overnight...
Seas inside the reef 1 to 2 ft... Outside the reef 5 to 8 ft...
Sunrise: 7:32 am; Sunset: 6:32 pm.
Tides at St George's (for Great Sound tides, add 10 minutes):
||3:45 am tonight: 0.3m/1ft,
||4:27 pm Saturday: 0.4m/1.3ft
||10:18 am Saturday: 1.2m/3.9ft,
||10:25 pm Saturday: 1.1m/3.6ft
Sea Surface Temperature:
Meteorologist: Michelle Pitcher,
Observer: Matthew Little