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Best time to enjoy Bermuda is?

Bermuda is meant to be enjoyed out of doors, during good weather, and that can be counted on only part of the year.

Remember, Bermuda is located 600 miles east of North Carolina and 1,000 miles north of the Caribbean. This is not a tropical or semi-tropical region by

The passing Gulf Stream keeps summertime temperatures in the 80's, the northeasterly flow of weather from the U.S. seaboard also continues over Bermuda.

Winter is for Indoors

In winter the average temperature is only in the 60's. Sometimes it drops even into the 40's, and the days are often dark and damp. Evenings run about 10 degrees cooler than

Consequently, the main tourist season runs only from March until the end of October, though locals advise that consistently good weather doesn't start until May.

Wintertime activities are scarce compared to summer. Hotel rates, of course, are less expensive in winter because there are fewer visitors.

Beaches are for Summer Only

Locals usually wait until the end of May to start swimming in the ocean. They tend to stop around the first week of September. Water temps peak to 85 degrees in summer, drop to the 60s in winter. (See Bermuda Water Temps by Month)

Bermuda's Rainy Season

Naturally, it rains most during the warmest months. The rainy season starts in May and peaks in October. But even in October, the wettest month, the average is only 7 inches. Hurricanes and tropical storms can influence the amount of rainfall dramatically.

See Bermuda Weather Month By Month for the average monthly temperatures, rainfall and humidity.

See Bermuda Water Temperatures by month

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