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Bermuda Public Forecast

Issued at 4:30 pm - Friday, February 28, 2020
The next scheduled update will be issued at 11:30 pm
Small Craft Warning (Valid for  Saturday through Sunday morning)

Headline -

Weak ridging continues with mostly fair conditions.

Public Synopsis -

A front continues to move away to the east as a weak ridge builds in offering a brief reprieve. Another cold front, with a much colder air mass behind it, then sweeps over us on Saturday night bringing a return to wet and windy weather as well as a temperature plunge behind it. High pressure then brings a return to sunnier and stable conditions early next week.

Tonight -

  Mostly cloudy, chance of a few developing showers...  Winds west-northwesterly light to moderate, becoming southwesterly moderate overnight...  Low near 16°C/60°F.

Saturday -

  Sunny breaks, occasional showers to develop from afternoon...  Winds west-southwesterly moderate to strong, increasing west-southwesterly strong towards evening, veering westerly moderate to strong overnight...  High near 20°C/68°F, low near 16°C/61°F. Clear sky UV Index forecast - 6 or high.

Sunday -

  Sunny breaks, early showers eases during afternoon...  Winds westerly moderate to strong, veering west-northwesterly strong during morning, then north-northwesterly moderate late night...  High near 17°C/63°F, low near 13°C/55°F.

Monday -

  Mix of sun and cloud...  Winds north-northwesterly moderate, gradually becoming variable light to moderate towards evening...  High near 18°C/65°F, low near 12°C/54°F.

Tuesday -

  Mix of sun and cloud...  Winds variable light, settling southerly light towards afternoon, then veering south-southwesterly light to moderate overnight...  High near 20°C/68°F, low near 15°C/59°F.
Climate data recorded Thursday, February 27, 2020, at the L.F.Wade International Airport -
Hours of sunshine: 3.4
Maximum: 22°C/71.6°F
Minimum: 17.2°C/63°F
Sea Surface: 19°C/66.2°F
Yesterday: 4.6mm/0.18"
February to date: 132.3mm/5.21"
Past 30 Days: 136.7mm/5.38"
Meteorologist: Alex Young, Observer: Chris Black