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Bermuda Public Forecast

Issued at 4:30 pm - Monday, September 23, 2019
The next scheduled update will be issued at 11:30 pm
Tropical Storm Warning

Headline -

Tropical Storm WARNING in effect due to TS Jerry.

Public Synopsis -

A Tropical Storm Warning is now in effect as Tropical Storm Jerry, a threat to Bermuda, is expected to bring tropical storm force winds with possible hurricane force gusts to Bermuda from Tuesday evening. Ahead of Jerry, expect southeasterly winds to increase, clouds to thicken and rain with embedded showers as of this evening and isolated thunderstorms. Dangerous surf and rip tides continue through Wednesday.

Tonight -

  Cloudy, rain or showers, chance thunder late...  Winds southeasterly moderate to strong, |...  Low near 23°C/74°F.

Tuesday -

  Cloudy, showers, rain at times with isolated thunderstorms...  Winds south-southeasterly strong, veering southerly by afternoon, increasing south-southwesterly strong to gale force gusts to gale force in the evening, increasing gale force gusts storm force, possibly hurricane force in elevated and exposed areas overnight...  High near 27°C/81°F, low near 22°C/72°F. Clear sky UV Index forecast - 7 or high.

Wednesday -

  Sunny breaks with showers, clearing to partly cloudy later...  Winds westerly strong to gale force gusts to gale force, easing northwesterly moderate to strong by afternoon, then moderate by evening...  High near 27°C/81°F, low near 23°C/73°F.

Thursday -

  Mix of sun and cloud...  Winds northwesterly light to moderate, light overnight while tending northerly...  High near 26°C/79°F, low near 22°C/72°F.

Friday -

  Mix of sun and cloud...  Winds northerly light, veering northeasterly by evening...  High near 26°C/79°F, low near 22°C/72°F.
Climate data recorded Sunday, September 22, 2019, at the L.F.Wade International Airport -
Hours of sunshine: 8.2
Maximum: 27.2°C/81°F
Minimum: 22.5°C/72.5°F
Sea Surface: 28.5°C/83.3°F
Yesterday: 0.0mm/0"
September to date: 59.7mm/2.35"
Past 30 Days: 88.4mm/3.48"
Meteorologist: Gary Hall, Observer: Dana Masters