On average Bermuda enjoys around 7 hours of sun each day. The sunniest month is July with an average of 9 hours of sunshine each day. In April, May, June, and August expect around 8 hours of sun on an average day.
November to February is the dullest period, with an average of 5 hours of sun each day.
Rain is spread fairly evenly throughout the year. When it falls it tends to do so heavily for a short period of time. Completely overcast days are quite rare.
The weather in Bermuda can also be quite localised at times. It’s not unusual for the sun to be shining in St George, while Royal Naval Dockyard is suffering a torrential downpour.
The sun is at its most powerful between 10 am and 2 pm. Visitors should wear sunscreen and sunblock to protect them from the harmful effects of UV radiation. It should be reapplied after swimming or snorkelling.
Daylight Savings Time begins on the second Sunday in March and ends on the first Sunday in November.
Average Sunshine Hours
Average daily sunshine hours by month in recent years are shown in the graph and table below: