Generally talk about the weather in Bermuda. In winter - winter storms; In summer - Hurricanes; severe weather in the area all year.
By: BDAwx, 1:43 AM GMT on September 20, 2012
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Updated: 4:45 PM GMT on September 20, 2012
By: BDAwx, 8:16 PM GMT on August 01, 2012
Serious long-term drought continues to worsen in Bermuda, but allows for nice Cup Match holiday weather. This decent weather is compliments of the Bermuda side of the Bermuda-Azores High pressure system. It is expected to remain pleasant for at least the next three days.Invest 99L in the central Atlantic is organizing today, I think the odds are in its favor in terms of it becoming a tropical depression and eventually the next named storm in the Atlantic. Interests ...
Updated: 8:19 PM GMT on August 01, 2012
By: BDAwx, 12:16 AM GMT on November 06, 2011
The airport's most recent observation of 30kts gusting to 48kts shows near gale force winds affecting Bermuda. The unusual direction of the winds, Northeast, is due to their origin - they are from pressure gradient between a low pressure to the south and southwest, while a high pressure exits to the North.Higher winds are expected later tonight and they could be accompanied with showers and potentially even thunderstorms. Huge amounts of accumulations aren't expecte...
By: BDAwx, 7:25 PM GMT on September 11, 2011
Tropical Storm Maria's forecast track has Bermuda in it. As a hurricane, Maria is expected to make its closest approach on Wednesday night and thursday morning. An update will be made Monday, when tropical cyclone advisories might be necessary.
By: BDAwx, 12:50 AM GMT on July 15, 2011
A decent cold front for July passed this evening bringing light, scattered showers mainly to the northern half of the island (Sandys, Pembroke, northern Devonshire, Hamilton, northern Smith's, and St. George's). I doubt more than 1/3 of an inch was recorded anywhere. Bermuda is still in an extreme drought. The cold front's effect may have a pleasant facade, but when you look deeper at it, this may have been more bad than good. Although we get a break from 100F heat ...
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