Bermuda Weather

Current weather conditions and a 5-day forecast are shown below.

Weather Today in Bermuda - Current Conditions

The current temperature in Bermuda right now is 61°F (16°C).

The current wind speed is around 9 mph (gentle breeze). The wind is blowing from west-northwest. The visibility level now is good. You should be able to see places as far as 6 miles (10 km) away. Humidity now is approximately 68%.

  • Weather conditions: broken clouds
  • Current temperature: 61°F (16°C)
  • Wind speed: 9 mph (14.4 kph)
  • Wind direction (blowing from): west-northwest
  • Relative humidity: 68%

Readings taken on February 7, 2023 at 7:03 am (Bermuda time).

5-Day Weather Forecast - General Conditions and Temperature

A 5-day weather forecast for Bermuda is shown in the table below.

DayLocal TimeConditionsTemp (C)Temp (F)
Tuesday 7th February 20238:00 amLight rain1661
Tuesday 7th February 202311:00 amLight rain1763
Tuesday 7th February 20232:00 pmLight rain1763
Tuesday 7th February 20235:00 pmBroken clouds1763
Tuesday 7th February 20238:00 pmScattered clouds1763
Tuesday 7th February 202311:00 pmClear sky1661
Wednesday 8th February 20232:00 amClear sky1661
Wednesday 8th February 20235:00 amClear sky1763
Wednesday 8th February 20238:00 amClear sky1763
Wednesday 8th February 202311:00 amBroken clouds1763
Wednesday 8th February 20232:00 pmBroken clouds1763
Wednesday 8th February 20235:00 pmClear sky1864
Wednesday 8th February 20238:00 pmFew clouds1864
Wednesday 8th February 202311:00 pmOvercast clouds1864
Thursday 9th February 20232:00 amBroken clouds1864
Thursday 9th February 20235:00 amScattered clouds1966
Thursday 9th February 20238:00 amLight rain1966
Thursday 9th February 202311:00 amLight rain1966
Thursday 9th February 20232:00 pmLight rain1966
Thursday 9th February 20235:00 pmScattered clouds1966
Thursday 9th February 20238:00 pmFew clouds1966
Thursday 9th February 202311:00 pmBroken clouds1966
Friday 10th February 20232:00 amBroken clouds1966
Friday 10th February 20235:00 amLight rain1966
Friday 10th February 20238:00 amLight rain1966
Friday 10th February 202311:00 amLight rain1966
Friday 10th February 20232:00 pmBroken clouds1966
Friday 10th February 20235:00 pmScattered clouds1966
Friday 10th February 20238:00 pmBroken clouds1966
Friday 10th February 202311:00 pmLight rain1966
Saturday 11th February 20232:00 amBroken clouds2068
Saturday 11th February 20235:00 amBroken clouds2068
Saturday 11th February 20238:00 amBroken clouds2068
Saturday 11th February 202311:00 amOvercast clouds2068
Saturday 11th February 20232:00 pmOvercast clouds2068
Saturday 11th February 20235:00 pmLight rain2068
Saturday 11th February 20238:00 pmLight rain2068
Saturday 11th February 202311:00 pmLight rain2068
Sunday 12th February 20232:00 amLight rain2170
Sunday 12th February 20235:00 amOvercast clouds2170

Current and Forecast Weather Data: OpenWeatherMap

Forecast - Location Details

The weather forecast for Bermuda is based on data measured at the weather station shown on the map below. The weather in other areas of Bermuda may vary slightly.

Map showing location of weather station in Bermuda

Climate Overview

Warmed by the Gulf Stream, Bermuda enjoys a sub-tropical climate. The average temperature throughout the year is 23C (73°F).

Bermuda has four seasons:

  • Spring – mid-March to mid-May
  • Summer – mid-May to mid-October
  • Fall – mid-October to mid-December
  • Winter – mid-December to mid-March

May to October are the warmest months. The average high temperature in July and August is 30°C (86°F).

The coldest part of the year runs from January to March; seeing average highs and lows of 21°C (70°F) and 16°C (61°F) respectively. Although fine for golf and other land-based activities, swimmers may find Bermuda’s water temperature a little cool at this time.

Humidity is high all year round leading to mildew problems on clothing for residents (short-term visitors are unlikely to be affected). Rainfall is distributed fairly evenly throughout the year with no distinct rainy season. It tends to rain in short heavy downpours rather than continual English-type drizzle, meaning that it’s extremely unlikely that your entire holiday or even a whole day is spoilt by rain.

On average the island basks in around 7 hours of sunshine each day. The sunniest period is between April and August. During this period visitors can expect around 8 or 9 hours of sun each day. December to February is the dullest time of the year, with approximately 5 hours of sunshine on an average day.

The official hurricane season lasts from June to November. Although not as prevalent as in the Caribbean, severe storms occasionally hit Bermuda. In September 2003 Hurricane Fabian lashed the island with 125 mph winds. Fortunately Bermuda only experiences major storms like this every 7 years or so.

Weather Statistics – Temperature, Rainfall, and Sunshine Hours

Weather in Bermuda can be forecasted (to a certain extent) using historical weather data. Find average temperatures, rainfall, and sunshine hours by month here: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, and December.

Comments and Additional Information

  1. Does this area receive warm or cold winds?

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  2. I live in Massachusetts and I was thinking of renting a place in Bermuda for February and March but I’m wondering about the weather. I understand it can be in the high 60s low 70s which is fine for me. I’m not looking to jump in the ocean. Just want to get out of the cold of Massachusetts. I haven’t been back to Bermuda in a long time. And is it exceptionally windy or rainy or very humid?

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  3. No matter what the atmospheric conditions are – hey – you are in a sub-tropical paradise! Don’t know whether to go here or there? Go everywhere – and MUST CHECK THE BERMUDA AQUARIUM MUSEUM AND ZOO (BAMZ) – AWESOME!

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    • It’s a small island but has some interesting places to visit including the above mentioned as well as the caves. It’s nice to have things to do when the late winter winds blow and you have to get off the beautiful golf courses. You are right, it will be warmer than the northeast US and Canada.

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  4. I live in Bermuda and I tell you, always carry a little umbrella in your bag because the weather can go from clear and sunny to rainy and grey in the space of 5 minutes. I’m not kidding! Otherwise it’s gorgeous and that only weather thing happens once a week or so. Rain doesn’t last too long though, thankfully!

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  5. I would love to return to live in Bermuda anytime. I am Spanish and born in Dominican Republic, but lived in Bermuda for the 1st year of my life. Bermuda is indeed paradise.

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  6. That is if your are traveling or working there during the winter months. If your from a cold climate however, the cold days shouldn’t bother you much and it rains much less then which is a plus.

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  7. I lived in Bermuda for a year from the U.S. Chilly is an understatement. It gets down right cold in February. On certain days from late January till March I remember freezing and I’m from New York. Not in comparison to the cold in the U.S. But the temperature drop is a shock when being used to such warm weather throughout the year there. I never needed the amount of clothing needing during the winters in the U.S. But gather up a few sweaters, some socks and a leather or suede jacket just in case. Lol.

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    • Not cold – just DAMP you can feel deep – and that is not all the time at all – because no matter what the temperature is if you are out in the sun shine you can really FEEL THE BURN!

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  8. GREAT PLACE FOR A VACATION. The weather is beautiful and the scenery is too die for.

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  9. The rain can be very heavy. It can come from nowhere. I’ve lost track of the number of times I’ve left home wearing my suit to go to work and it’s been sunny so I’ve not taken an umbrella, and then arrived at the office completely soaked. One day I’ll learn I suppose.

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  10. During the winter it can get a bit chilly if you are riding a moped, so don’t forget a coat.

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