The climate of the islands Bermuda is a very mild oceanic sub-tropical climate. This type of climate is characterized by mild winters and summers – between May and October – particularly humid and hot.
The more humid and rainy months are between July and October. The rains are frequent in every month of the year, Bermuda have an annual average of 171 days of rain. In the archipelago fall on average over 1,050 mm of rain per year. Bermuda fall in the range of tropical cyclones, but are in a position where the cyclones arrive already weakened and rarely cause extensive damage.
The temperatures in Bermuda are constant throughout the year and are mitigated by the influence of the warm current of the Gulf Stream, the average maximum temperatures vary between 20 ° C in February and 30 ° C in July and August, while the average minimum temperatures vary between 16 ° C in January, February and March and 25 ° C in July and August.
The Bermuda islands have an average annual temperature of 21 ° C, the mild temperatures and the climate of the archipelago is caused by the influence of the Gulf Stream along which lie the islands.
The temperature of the sea water of the islands of Bermuda varies from 28 ° C in August to 19 ° C in March.
WHEN TO GO TO BERMUDA ISLANDS
The best months for a trip to Bermuda are those of April and May and November. But because of the mild climate all year round is suitable to visit this archipelago.
BERMUDA CLIMATIC TABLES
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|Month||Average low (°C)||Average high (°C)||Precip. (mm)||Precip. days|
|Month||Sea Water Temperature °C|
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